Listen To Mystery Jets' New Album Serotonin


Those who’ve spent their summer in post-Supergrass depression may have finally found salvation in Twickenham favorites Mystery Jets, who are actually starting to sound a little less, well, British. Don’t get it twisted: they still bleed red as a Revolutionary Coat, but Serotonin is noticably void of that early 1990s coffee shop strum that dominated “Two Doors Down” and 2008’s Twenty One. It actually sounds like Blaine Harrison and his mates have been digesting a bit of America’s electro-pop scene a la Passion Pit, as evidenced by both “Show Me the Light” and “Melt.” Serotonin, Mystery Jets’ third LP, is out now on Rough Trade and can be streamed below.












Listen To Mystery Jets' New Album Serotonin