RELEASE VIDEO FOR ‘LOVE’S NOT ENOUGH’

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NEARLY SOLD-OUT UK HEADLINE TOUR KICKS OFF NEXT WEEK

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Grunge anthems to keep British rock alive. NME

‘Love’s Not Enough’ is a driving rock song emboldened by massive, unapologetic riffs. There’s confrontational vocals, billowing kick drums and flying guitars… Gigwise

All big riffs and howling, Patti Smith style vocals, it sweeps into view and refuses to be ignored, with a chunky chorus and pulsating guitars. CLASH

The Mysterines have shared the video for their latest single ‘Love’s Not Enough’ today, ahead of their first headline UK tour which kicks off next week and is close to selling out – remaining tickets on sale here.

Written and directed in the band’s home county of Merseyside by Corey Rid, the video for ‘Love’s Not Enough’ depicts the monotony of a relationship on the verge of collapsing, sprinkled with black humour, featuring a twist at the end.

Since releasing their debut EP ‘Take Control’ last summer, The Mysterines have secured support slots with Royal Blood,  Sea Girls and The Amazons, a headline set on the BBC Introducing stage at Reading Festival, and performed on the first episode of Paul Weller’s Black Barn Sessions. They’ve accumulated a number of supporters along the way, including Jack Saunders, Steve Lamacq, Independent, NME, Metro, CLASH, Upset, Dork and Gigwise.

The trio were included in NME’s 100: Essential new artists for 2020, saying: “The Mysterines take the raw elements of grunge and blow them sky-high with some huge, classic rock choruses. Singer Lia Metcalfe has a snarl so ferocious and stage presence so commanding that any naysayers still doubting guitar music’s future in 2020 will be left pissing their pants.”

THE MYSTERINES LIVE DATES

19th February – Bodega Social Club, Nottingham (SOLD OUT)

20th February – The Poetry Club, Glasgow (SOLD OUT)

21st February – Deaf Institute, Manchester (SOLD OUT)

22nd February – Arts Club, Liverpool (SOLD OUT)

26th February – The Dome, London (UPGRADED DUE TO DEMAND)

27th February – The Castle & Falcon, Birmingham

28th February – The Lousianna, Bristol (SOLD OUT)

29th February – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

1st May – Baltic Weekender, Liverpool

21st May – The Polar Bear, Kingston upon Hull

22nd May – The Crescent, York

23rd May – Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington

13th-16th August – 110 Above Festival, Bottesford

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