Who remembers the Mystery Jets? A prominent, although never prolific, part of the British indie scene during the mid 2000s, you might remember them for tracks like 'Two Doors Down', or you may remember them as the band who also featured the lead singer Blaine Harrison's father. Well after a few quiet years they've returned with their fifth album entitled Curve Of The Earth.
Clearly fans of the human biology, the band who once sang about serotonin have released a single entitled 'Telomere', which for the uneducated out there (that also includes me) is "is a region of repetitive nucleotide sequences at each end of a chromosome, which protects the end of the chromosome from deterioration." The more you know.
Regardless of subject matter, I actually really like the song, and the new album Curve Of The Earth is pretty decent too which makes this a welcome return from the Eel Pie Island band.
Curve Of The Earth is out now via Caroline International.