Liverpool’s The Mysterines have announced dates for their 2021 ‘Life’s A Bitch’ headline UK tour, with tickets going on sale 10 am on Friday 17th July. Tickets HERE.

Earlier this year the band sold out their first-ever UK headline tour, and released their latest single ‘I Win Every Time’. Stream HERE.
Please see below for dates and any news shares today would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Jasleen x
THE MYSTERINES ‘LIFE’S A BITCH TOUR’ DATES 
17th February – The Crescent Community Venue, York
18th February – The Key Club, Leeds
19th February – The Cookie, Leicester
20th February – The Garage, London
24th February – The Mash House, Edinburgh
25th February – St Doms, Newcastle
26th February – Club Academy, Manchester
27th February – O2 Academy, Liverpool
Recent praise for The Mysterines:

NME: “The Mysterines have all the makings for a breakout rock band. Stomping riffs, a brilliant leader in Lia Metcalfe (head-turning vocal range) and the playful mythology-toying that builds their own legend…This Liverpool gang want it all – and they’re probably going to get it.”

DIY: “For those missing the rampage of stomping through the city on a wild nocturnal adventure, ‘I Win Every Time’ lands with the un-fuck-with-able attitude of Godzilla smashing down the street with a tequila in hand.”

Clash: “Things are looking good for The Mysterines. With a banging new single out and more new music to follow, they’re definitely heading for big things.”

Underground: “Fierce and uncompromising…Laced with grunge-filled distortion, the track quickly unravels into a dark world of desire and chaos.”

Gigwise: “Revving, finger-bleeding guitars power up to an atomic crescendo while drums pound a relentless tattoo.”

Dork: “Packed with the swaggering attitude you’d expect from a thrilling rock getaway.”

Sunday Mirror: “A driving snarling slice of grungy garage rock from the up-and-coming Merseysiders.”

Daily Star: “Liverpool’s The Mysterines deliver a dollop of fuzz rock with I Win Every Time.”

Alternative Press: “The Mysterines’ conjure PJ Harvey’s classic Rid Of Me era and the more raucous days of the Dead Weather. But Metcalfe has the playing and songwriting skills to carve her initials in the bar-top surface of rock ’n’ roll legend.”

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