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THE MYSTERINES to play Close Encounter Club

The Mysterines will be performing a one-off, live streamed gig this Saturday 17th October

Liverpool’s fierce rockers The Mysterines will be performing a one-off, live streamed gig this Saturday 17th October for The Close Encounter Club at Battersea Arts Centre. Online tickets are available HERE and go towards supporting future live music missions.

With support from LIME and Chappaqua Wrestling, the stream will be transmitted live and will not be available to watch back after the event.

A force of energy in the live circuit, the live streamed event will tide fans over until the band’s rescheduled 2021 ‘Life’s A Bitch’ headline UK tour, now taking place in June, details below and tickets HERE.

Earlier this year The Mysterines sold-out all the dates of their first ever headline UK tour, including upgrading London’s venue to The Dome due to demand, as well as releasing the hellish ‘I Win Every Time’, with NME saying “The Mysterines have all the makings for a breakout rock band. Stomping riffs, a brilliant leader in Lia Metcalfe (head-turning vocal range)…This Liverpool gang want it all – and they’re probably going to get it.”

Having already headlined the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading and Leeds Festival, as well as playing support slots for Royal Blood, Sea Girls and The Amazons following the release of their debut EP ‘Take Control’ last summer, The Mysterines are quickly proving themselves as one of the UK’s most indemand rock newcomers, with fans including Steve Lamacq, Annie Mac, Jack Saunders, Independent, NME, DIY, Metro, CLASH, Upset, Dork, Gigwise and The Forty Five.


2nd June- The Mash House, Edinburgh

3rd June – The Key Club, Leeds

4th June – The Cookie, Leicester

5th June – The Garage, London

9th June – The Crescent Community Venue, York

10th June – St Doms, Newcastle

11th June – O2 Academy, Liverpool

12th June – Club Academy, Manchester