The Mysterines debut ‘Sink Ya Teeth’ video from upcoming album Afraid of Tomorrows

The Mysterines have released the video for 'Sink Ya Teeth', the latest single from their upcoming album Afraid of Tomorrows, due out on 7th June.

The Mysterines

Merseyside alt-rock group The Mysterines have just unveiled the music video for their latest single, ‘Sink Ya Teeth’. The track is from their eagerly awaited album Afraid of Tomorrows (pre-order here), which is scheduled for release on 7th June via Fiction Records.

Directed by Sarah Ebert, the video was shot in a North London warehouse. It portrays a party scene led by frontwoman Lia Metcalfe that spirals from jubilant to chaotic as the night progresses. Lia described the shoot as a real party experience funded by their label, adding, “It was like a fever dream… I went home eventually.”

The band, known for their dynamic live performances, includes Lia Metcalfe on vocals and guitar, drummer Paul Crilly, bassist George Favager, and guitarist Callum Thompson. Having recently toured with the Arctic Monkeys to audiences of 60,000, The Mysterines have been honing their craft in rural songwriting retreats, setting the stage for what they consider their best music yet.

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The upcoming album, produced by Grammy Award winner John Congleton in Los Angeles, is described by Lia as a deep, dark reflection of the band’s psyche: “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,” she explains.

This Autumn, The Mysterines will embark on their largest headline tour to date, starting in Dublin on 18th October and finishing in Paris on 8th November. The tour will include a notable performance at London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire.

Additionally, the summer calendar is packed with festival dates across the UK and Europe, including a special guest appearance at Bloc Party’s 20th anniversary show in Crystal Palace Park on 7th July.

Photo credit: Steve Gullick

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