Mystery Jets – Debaser Slussen, September 27th 2010

Mystery Jets – Debaser Slussen, September 27th 2010

The Swedish band “Frantic Sunday” began the night with seven banging songs full of energy to get the crowd warmed up. Even better, it was if like some had come down especially for the support act.

The setlist of Frantic Sunday:
Now I See It
Ocean Within
Get Out Of The City
Just Don’t Believe
Nights Go In
Volunteer
Heartbeats

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Tomas Karlsson - Frantic Sunday

Part of the crowd could sing along and this resulted in Tomas Karlsson (lead-singer) to get even more active.
Due to some problems with the public transport I sadly missed the first 3 songs but I believe it is a good guess to say that part must have been as energetic as the rest.

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Henrik Nilsson - Frantic Sunday

If the DJ plays Mumford and Sons’ “Little Lion Man” and The Kooks singing “Sofa Song” between the support act and the main act, you know it is going to be a good night.


Next on stage were of course the Mystery Jets… And to be honest, I did not know them at all until 2 days ago but… Wow! What a good band! Of course, interviewing (check out the interview here) half the band just a few hours before the gig gave something extra to it as well!

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Blaine Harrison

It all began with a relaxing “zen-moment” with a meditation tape while the curtain was still closed. This was like preparing for the storm that was going to break loose.

When they started playing it got even better. Everyone was already warmed up so the crowd was ready to go and apparently so were the Mystery Jets.

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William Rees

Almost every song had a moment that got to me and that does not happen that often. Therefore it is hard for me to name favorites but a few of the songs were really good. “Girl is Gone” was the first one on the playlist that did it for me. I did like their newest single “Melt” from their third record very much as well. They played this one after they had informed if it was already available in Sweden.
“Hideaway” had a really good vibe to it and would have rung in my head all night if it was not for the Mystery Jets themselves to hand me the solution, other great songs!!!
“Dreaming of a Another World” such as is also just perfect to me.

Setlist

Alice Springs
Lady Grey
Young Love
Serotonin
Miracle
Girl is Gone
Melt
Hand Me Down
Hideaway
Show Me The Light
Flash
Two Doors
Bunhouse
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Encore… with:
Dreaming of Another World
Flakes
Lorna Doone

For all pictures of the concert, check out Flickr
For more information about the Mystery Jets, check out the Mystery Jets MySpace.

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