TUNE Mush - Eat The Etiquette (Radio Edit)
Mush release new single ‘Eat The Etiquette’ via Memphis Industries on 13th December, taken from forthcoming debut album ‘3D Routine’ (out 14th February).
‘Eat The Etiquette’ has been described by lead singer Dan Hyndman as a “stream of consciousness rant” that takes aim at the use of “common sense” as a societal weapon; the “sick laughing track of malicious intent” making a mockery of progressive ideas while “manufactured sense” helps maintain the underlying and iniquitous structures of wealth and power.
Leeds based Mush are circulating their own sonic mythology, blurring the lines between abstract surrealism, existential and social commentary. Like its predecessor, ‘3D Routine’ is a sensory overload of clattering, hooky, guitar work.
If their EP was intended as admittance to the cult, ‘3D Routine’ is a fully-fledged manifesto for the age of misinformation. The twin disciplines of surrealism and realism collide in the data stream, creating the absurdity of modern times. Together, the songs form a unified, abrasive, emotive, frenetic and entirely beguiling concoction of sound and opinion, a fast-moving snapshot of current times. Music for those who want their guitars loud and weird, and their political commentary a little less ‘on the nose’.