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MUTEMATH Returns With Brand New Single “Hit Parade”

GRAMMY-nominated electro-experimental rock band MUTEMATH are excited to announce that they will be unveiling their most progressive work to date with the release of their fifth studio album, Play Dead. The highly anticipated album deviates from the sunbeam laced collection of songs that comprised 2015’s Vitals, the electronic spin of 2016’s Changes, and their latest release, a collaboration EP with Twenty One Pilots entitled TØPxMM (The MUTEMATH Sessions). In making this new music for Play Dead, the band took an unhinged and unguarded approach, while also pulling inspiration from previous albums including, 2011’s fan-favorite Odd Soul.

“We played every chord we knew, we included every beat, fill and effect we could imagine and let the harmonies and arrangements roam wherever they could find space.  There wasn’t a lot of ‘hey, you probably shouldn’t do that.’ It was more ‘hey, how can you go even further?’” says drummer/programmer Darren King.

Lead vocalist/keyboardist Paul Meany adds, “I think what we wound up with for the first time is a MUTEMATH album with no guard rails.  Which after making 5 of these now, it’s been an invigorating experience to say the least.”

The lead single, “Hit Parade,” is now streaming across all platforms. The track gives fans a taste of the upcoming album and takes listeners on a deep psychological journey with thought-provoking lyrics that reveal an alternate side of a constantly evolving band. As Meany says, “this is first song we’ve ever recorded that sounds like what MUTEMATH set out to sound like from the very beginning.”

More information and details of a full tour will be announced in the coming weeks!

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