Review : MUMM-RA - These Things Move In Threes
LeedsMusicSceneI tend to be a little wary of bands like Mumm-Ra, who take up instruments with the sole purpose of being in a band to pass the time - something all the members of this group admit to. What usually ensues is brash and a horrific mess of epic proportions. I'm sure a lot of people are equally as unsure, particularly with their new single, "She's Got You High", being at first glance so perfectly sugar-coated. The music snobbery absolutely must stop here! Mumm-Ra blow any unfair preconceptions entirely out of the water with their debut album, "These Things Move In Threes"....full text
MusicOMH.comBeing the subject of 'next big thing' hype is in many ways an enviable position to be in. The NME blows your trumpet, you produce the killer debut album everyone expects, world domination ensues. But it's rarely that simple, is it?...full text
IndieLondonMUMM-RA are often credited with being indie eccentrics (especially since their name originates from the main villain of the 1980s cartoon, Thundercats).
But they’ve quickly emerged as one of the most exciting bands of the moment, having cut their teeth and even emerged from the shadow of bands such as The Automatic, The View and The Horrors while taking part in this year’s NME Awards Indie Rock Tour....full text
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