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Jets have been round the block, but 10 years on and they  still put on damn good show, release a new album that sounds as fresh as their first and to top it all they’ve just dropped a stunning new video for Bubblegum. Taken from their latest album ‘Curve of the Earth’, Bubblegum sees the band hanging out in derelict rusty lighthouses on the coast and fishing for their instruments in the sea.

With much of the video shot using drones and other adventurous techniques, it shows the beauty in the industrial wasteland and is the perfect accompaniment for Mystery Jets raw sound.

Curve of the Earth is out now.