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Just Mustard are doing a free midnight show in The Workman’s Club

Just Mustard are doing a free midnight show in The Workman’s Club


Ahead of the release of their second album at midnight, Dundalk shoegaze alt-rock band Just Mustard will be playing a free show on stage at The Workman’s Club just after midnight to celebrate. They’ll also be doing some album signings with Tower Records selling the album tonight in the venue.

The band’s second album Heart Under comes out tonight on Partisan.

Earlier this week, they released ‘Seed’ from the album.

“Along with a lot of electronics and noise, I was listening to a lot of music which featured bowed string instruments. I had finished reading ‘The Rest Is Noise’ by Alex Ross around the time we started writing and I was revisiting a lot of the 20th century composers that I first discovered watching Kubrick’s films, like Krzysztof Penderecki. The rising tempo strikes at the beginning of ‘Seed’ were inspired from the rising and falling xylophone in Béla Bartók’s ‘Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta’.”

The band are just fresh from support gigs with Fontaines D.C. in the Europe.

Just Mustard Irish dates

Jun-3 – The Academy, Dublin
Jun-4 – Spirit Store, Dundalk
Jun-8 – Cyprus Avenue, Cork
Jun-13 – Limelight, Belfast
Jun-15 – Dolans Warehouse., Limerick
Jun-16 – Roisin Dubh, Galway
Jun 17 –  Body & Soul Festival, Meath

HEART UNDER tracklisting:

1. 23
2. Still
3. I Am You
4. Seed
5. Blue Chalk
6. Early
7. Sore
8. Mirrors
9. In Shade
10. Rivers

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