Events — September 3, 2012 at 3:11 pm

Mystery Jets stops in Singapore on Sept. 14!


In support of their latest album Radlands released on 30th April (Rough Trade Records), Mystery Jets are converging on a Tour of Asia and Australia, with Singapore being their first stop on September 14th.

Formed in the early 90’s when the group’s frontman, Blaine Harrison was 12 years old, the band was originally called The Misery Jets, which related to the Heathrow bound jets that habitually roared over their Eel Pie Island. Their current name was accidental and came about when Blaine inadvertently misspelled the original name whilst painting it on a drum skin.

With a sound influenced by Pink Floyd, Syd Barrett and Hall & Oats, get ready for the Mystery Jets landing and a great night of sensationally good music and a fun time!

A gig truly not to be missed.


 “The Mystery Jets are in my opinion the best British group since the Libertines” – Geoff Travis, Co Founder, Rough Trade Records

 “A return to straighter Indie rock ‘n’ roll” – NME

 “They are incredibly easy to listen to – think the sweetness of The Thrills meets Neil Young” – Fasterlouder.


Concert details

Venue: HARD ROCK CAFÉ – SINGAPORE – Facebook event here
Tickets: $60 includes 1 drink & $70 at the Door on show day.
Tickets at: (Attention! Limited availability!)
Promoter: Chugg Entertainment 


Asian tour dates

Friday, 14 September: Singapore – Hard Rock Café 
Saturday, 15 September: Kuala Lumpur – Stage
Sunday, 16 September: Taipei – Neo Studio
Tuesday, 18 September: Hong Kong – venue TBA