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MUTEMATH Gives us a Show Via "Allies" and Announces Their First Austrailian Tour!!

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MUTEMATH released their latest video, "Allies."
Having been to some 20+ shows, I can assure you they and their director; Dustin Robichaux have captured the essence of what one can expect at any one of their shows. . . an AMAZING and memorable experience!!



Watching this, I am reliving their recent show here in Seattle, of which I did a write up on.
It was unbelievable!!

Enjoy!




AND!!!!!!!! MUTEMATH IS GOING TO AUSTRAILIA!!!!
I'm sure everyone of you "Down Under" is saying, "it's about FRICKIN TIME!!!!!"





They will be Groovin The Moo as well as playing in the following areas. . .

Thursday 10 May – Zoo, Brisbane


Wednesday 16 May -Hifi, Sydney


Thursday 17 May – Corner Hotel, Melbourne


Sunday 20 May – Amplifier, Perth





Tickets go on sale Tuesday 28th February 9am.
Get those tickets as soon as they go on sale!! Don't wait!!!



Oh yeah. . .
For tour info here in the U.S., visit their pages.
And for the Canadian fans, MUTEMATH will be doing a tour in the Fall of 201…

Seattle FINALLY shows some serious love to MUTEMATH

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With an nearly sold out show at The Showbox SoDo on Friday, February 10th, MUTEMATH showed major love back to their fans, old and new by giving 200 percent of themselves and putting on a spectacular show, playing ALL the tracks from the their latest release, ODD SOUL and surprising us with several classic MUTEMATH songs. Their FACEBOOK seemed to indiciate that they might only play about 3 or 4 classics, but I was shocked at how many songs they gave us.



And you could see it on their faces that they were very pleased by the response they were receiving from the crowd.




As a long time fan and supporter of this great band and these guys, I was like a mom. . . proud to be a part of it all!!


The guys

DEFINTELY went

above and beyond

for their Seattle

fans by going for

2 1/2 hours!!!






This reminds me of the concerts of old where bands like Loggins & Messina would continue to play long after the lights were turned off. This was by far a stellar show!!



Highlights were a grand rear entrance like Mardi …