Paul Meany of Mutemath worked with Twenty One Pilots on their new album.
Darren King was a recent guest on the Your Favorite Band podcast. He talks about his history with Mutemath and why he decided to leave.
Paul Meany of Mutemath has shared a video of him working on music titled “Everything New” on Facebook
Paul Meany sat down with Joram Kaat to talk about the future of Mutemath. The band’s new (great) album is out today.
Mutemath have released their new song “Break the Fever.”
Mutemath have released their new video for “War.”
Drummer Darren King has left Mutemath. A message from the band can be found below.
Mutemath will release Play Dead on September 8th. Pre-orders are up and you can find the track listing below.
Mutemath have released their new song “Stroll On.”
Mutemath have announced some new tour dates.
Mutemath’s new single, “Hit Parade,” is up on Apple Music and YouTube. The song comes from the band’s new album, Play Dead, due out later this year.
Mutemath are teasing a new single over on their website. Look for that to drop tomorrow.
Mutemath are currently in the studio finishing their new album. The full press release can be found below.
Twenty One Pilots visited the studio with Mutemath and recreated five of their songs live. They’ve posted up the video on YouTube and you can download the tracks here.
Mutemath have posted up a limited edition 10th anniversary bundle for their self-titled album. There are only 1,000 available.
The band is currently in the studio working on their upcoming fifth album.
Mutemath will release Changes, a reimagined version of their last album, Vitals, on September 23rd. Pre-orders are now up and a stream of the title track can be found on Spotify.
Mutemath’s new video for “Used To” debuted on Jimmy Fallon’s Tumblr. See, this is why I stopped even trying to get exclusives from big artists, I can’t compete with that!
Lead singer Paul Meany details the four-year process behind Mutemath’s upcoming fourth album Vitals, continually chasing the euphoric feeling of finishing a record, why the band has come full circle creatively after 10 years yet still pushes forward, and how writing songs that embody a spirit of life has helped him navigate as he’s grown older.
Drummer Darren King discusses Mutemath’s new sound and distinct approach to creating Odd Soul, working with no outside influences for the first time, the importance of trust among bandmates, and his religious upbringing.