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Just Mustard wade through the celestial murk on ‘October’

Just Mustard wade through the celestial murk on ‘October’


Dundalk band Just Mustard continued their worldwide ascent this week with the news that they were added to the main lineup at Primavera Sound in Barcelona replacing Georgia Anne Muldrow. The band were already playing the Primavera Pro, industry showcase of the festival.

Last month, the band gave us ‘Frank’, a hypnotic song featuring KT Ball’s vocals ebbing and flowing against the band’s undulating atmospherics. Now we have the B-side split track ‘October’:

Just Mustard - October (Official Audio)

‘October’ delves deep into sludgy atmospheric rock, a slow-pacer lifted by celestial guitar sounds and angular notes with Ball’s discombobulating voice guiding you through the murk. This could have soundtracked the raizing of King’s Landing in Game of Thrones in another universe. 

The 12″ single is on Bandcamp for ordering ahead of June 1st release and all the band tour dates are below.

Just Mustard Tour dates

24 May | Paradiso, London Calling, Amsterdam
31 May | Primavera, Barcelona
1 Jun | Vantastival Festival, Drogheda
2 Jun | K Fest, Kerry
7 Jun | The Empire, Belfast w/ The Twilight Sad
8 Jun | Malahide Castle, Dublin w/ The Cure
14 Jun | Roisin Dubh, Galway
15 Jun | Dolans, Limerick
28 Jun | Cyprus Avenue, Cork
28 Jul | Knockanstockan Festival, Co.Wicklow
3 Aug | All Together Now, Co.Waterford
16 Aug | Green Man Festival, Wales
17 Aug | Future Sounds, Manchester
2 Nov | Mirrors Festival, Roundhouse, London


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