Wednesday, August 27, 2008

The Mystery Jets

I didn't intend seeing the Mystery Jets, but ended up doing so. Which pretty much sums up their entire career really - they're the sort of band you end up listening to even if you don't mean to. Not that this is a bad thing. They kick off with 'Hideaway' before inspiring an audience singalong to current single 'Half In Love With Elizabeth'. We Are Scientists' Keith Murray joins them for 'Diamonds in the Dark', but they don't really need that kind of assistance when they have an audience to provide vocals for songs like 'Young Love' and 'Two Doors Down'. After all the recent health scares over singer Blaine Harrison, it was definitely good to have them back.

Cheese says: They didn't upset me, but they didn't get my bottom shaking.


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