Yes We Mystic – New video & Great Escape Gig Announced


Canada’s Yes We Mystic release a brand new video for ‘Please Bring Me To Safety’ – taken from the album ‘Ten Seated Figures’, which is due for release this coming Friday (April 19th). 

The band have also just announced they’ll be appearing at this year’s Great Escape Festival in Brighton on May 10th. This preceeds their UK tour (all dates below). 

With their new record ‘Ten Seated Figures’ (released on April 19th via DevilDuck Records), Yes We Mystic have succeeded in exceeding their previous excesses, creating something bigger than anything they’ve done before. Voices and instruments blend together in a swathe of sound so dense and so complex that its origin can’t be placed. 

‘Ten Seated Figures’ is produced by the band’s own Adam Fuhr, engineered by John Paul Peters (Tanya Tagaq, Royal Canoe, Begonia) and mixed by Marcus Paquin (The National, Arcade Fire), with musical nods as diverse as J Cole, Katy Perry, and The Weakerthans. 

Praised as “art pop transformers”, and charged with a “fearless creative energy”, Yes We Mystic has become a steadily growing force on the Canadian indie scene since their formation in Winnipeg in 2011. The band matured into this sound with the release of their 2016 debut album ‘Forgiver’, recorded with legendary Canadian producer Jace Lasek (Patrick Watson, Wolf Parade). The album was met with acclaim in both Germany (where the album was released on DanCan records) and Canada. 

To support Forgiver, they played over 100 shows in 10 countries, appearing at NXNE, SXSW, The Great Escape, Reeperbahn, and Orange Blossom Special (a career highlight in itself). The success of their 1st album led to their recent signing to DevilDuck Records Worldwide. 

Catch Yes We Mystic live in May:

10.05 – Brighton, The Great Escape 
11.05 – London, Sofar Sounds 
12.05 – Exeter – Studio 1, The Phoenix 
14.05 – Manchester, Gullivers 
15.05 – Leeds, The Lending Rooms 
16.05 – Wrexham, Focus Wales, Ty Pawb 
18.05 – Wrexham, Focus Wales, Undegun 
20.05 – Bristol, Crofters Rights 
21.05 – London, Thousand Island