Mutemath are currently in the studio finishing their new album. The full press release can be found below.
To kick off the year, frontman Paul Meany has teamed up with bass music innovator Seven Lions and trance-legend Jason Ross to bring fans “Higher Love,” released on Anjunabeats this past Friday, January 13th. Meanwhile, Drummer Darren King will sit-in with The 8G Band on Late Night with Seth Meyers the week of January 23rd, and following his performance on January 25th, he’ll debut his solo electronic set at the Mercury Lounge in NYC. Both MUTEMATH founders have evolved as producers and collaborators for other artists including King’s work on the recent Travis Scott and Kanye West records. The duo will build on the band’s recent opening slot with The Chainsmokers by debuting their “Live DJ” set at Shaky Beats Festival in Atlantathis summer.
This entire expansion of sound comes a year following MUTEMATH’s first two independently released records (2015’s Vitals; 2016’s Changes), and is the next step in a series of several to redefine the constantly evolving band. From jazz to rock, psychedelic to indie, ambient to electronica, it’s a collection of sounds meant to add new perspectives to a genre-bending career. 10+ years into their musical journey, the guys are now telling a new story – one that has no delays or brakes. The band is currently in the studio finishing their fifth studio LP and has plans to hit the road this summer. More details coming soon!