Mush are busy travelling the mystical leyline that connects Leeds to Glasgow.
Based in the North of England, their new EP 'Induction Party' - out on May 31st, write it down - was recorded in Glasgow's Green Door Store, a hub for independent and left field arts.
Not only that, but Glasgow based designer Raissa Pardini created the artwork, making it a double Glasgow connection.
New song 'Operation Vaken' is the latest to emerge from the release, a song that underneath its wry, scuzzy noise pop actually has a political element.
Mush explain: "The song itself is about a fairly under-publicised government programme from a little while back that was essentially sending vans round London with billboards telling immigrants to go home. The video has absolutely nowt to do with this as that video would have been very expensive and unfunny to produce."
Aha, a video! It's premiering on Clash, doncha know, and it's amongst the first the band have ever created.
Flushed with confidence, they travelled to Glasgow with directorial team Artsy Vice, another creative sojourn in a city they are rapidly falling in love with.
They told Clash: "It's been a surreally Glasgow-centric record for a Leeds based band." Film makers Artsy Vice explain: "Four men perform for nobody in particular in a darkened room on a beautiful April day in Glasgow's southside. Thank you to local proprietors W.G. McNeills for the welcoming embrace."
Check it out now.
'Induction Party' will be released on May 31st.
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