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  • The Mysterines Announces New Album “Afraid of Tomorrows”, Premieres New Song “Stray” on BBC Radio 1

  • Liverpool-based alt-rock band The Mysterines, consisting of Lia Metcalfe (vocals/guitar), George Favager (bass), Callum Thompson (guitar) and Paul Crilly (drums), has announced that their sophomore album “Afraid of Tomorrows” will be released on June 7, 2024.

    It is their first album in two years since the 2022 debut album “Reeling”.
    The album comprises 12-track, produced by John Congleton.
    The band lead singer Lia Metcalfe said of the album, “Afraid of Tomorrows is a mirror where you find you’re nothing more than a formless being, one made from celestial constellations - of traumas, of the old and new, mistakes, addiction, fear and happiness, loneliness, but ultimately a desire for life and the fight to keep living. It’s a collage of what’s been lost and of love unbounded.”
  • From the album, the band premiered the first single called “Stray” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
    The track was written by Lia Metcalfe and Paul Crilly, and produced by John Congleton.
    The band lead singer Lia Metcalfe said of the song, “'Stray' focuses on the aimless and untamed nature of the polarities of behaviour that we experience when dealing with suffering. Whether it’s guilt, paranoia or unexplained feelings of grandiosity. Often when the hands of loneliness have a firm grip over one’s eyes it can turn dangers into open doors inviting you in. We find a certain point of no return and we’re often led astray.”

  • The accompanying music video was directed by Matilda Harding-Kemp.
    Lia Metcalfe told Clara Amfo about the video, “It was fun. It was an experience. I've never, I've never been tied up like that before. I think we definitely got the message across of you know what you were talking about before like, I feel like it opposes the idea of being strikes. I'm stuck in the web of like red robe, but in a sense like we break free and like the idea of freedom and finding yourself and stuff is definitely conveyed in the video. So yeah, that's the message behind it.”

    Photo by Steve Gullick
    Background photo by Sylas Agtarap
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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