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Just Mustard sign with Partisan; ‘Live In Dreams’ Concert Film Premiering 20th May

Rising Irish 5-piece Just Mustard have announced their signing with Brooklyn + London-based Partisan Records (Fontaines D.C., Laura Marling, Fela Kuti, IDLES). In addition, this Thursday, May 20th, at 4 pm EDT/9 pm BST, the band will premiere a full-length concert film entitled ‘Live In Dreams.’ 

Presented by Collective Films and directed by Greg Purcell, ‘Live In Dreams’ was taped at Dundalk Town Hall (An Táin Arts Centre), an independent art space in the band’s hometown Dundalk, IE. The set will premiere via YouTube (tune-in link HERE) and feature new songs from the band’s soon-to-be-announced forthcoming sophomore album in addition to previously released material. Watch a trailer for the film:

The band will also headline a short UK + IE tour this October, routing below. Tickets for all dates go on sale this Friday, May 21.

Just Mustard – UK & IE Tour – Oct 2021

18th Oct – Bristol, UK – The Louisiana

19th Oct – London, UK – Peckham Audio

20th Oct – Birmingham – The Victoria

21st Oct – Edinburgh, UK – Sneaky Pete’s

25th Oct – Manchester, UK – Castle Hotel

28th Oct – Dublin, IE – The Grand Social

Just Mustard are vocalist Katie Ball, guitarists David Noonan (also backing vocals) and Mete Kalyon, bassist Rob Clarke, and drummer Shane Maguire. Their heady blend of noise, trip-hop, and electronic-influenced music has helped them build a reputation as one of Ireland’s most thrilling new bands. Their 2018 debut ‘Wednesday’ earned acclaim at home and abroad – most notably capturing a Choice Music Prize nomination for Irish Album of the Year.

The band supported Fontaines DC on their sold-out 2019 UK tour and emerged as a ‘band of the weekend’ at Brighton’s Great Escape Festival – The Independent (“worth waiting for”), Dork (“unforgettable”), DIY (“a monstrous wall of sound”), Gigwise (“cinematic at every turn”), Loud And Quiet (“distinctly fixating and eerie”). They were a highlight of Primavera in 2019, with NME calling them one of the “12 best acts” of the festival, and Robert Smith also handpicked that same year to support The Cure at Dublin’s Malahide Castle.

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