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MUTEMATH Release New Single “Changes”

GRAMMY-nominated alt-rock band MUTEMATH are excited to announce that CHANGES, the highly anticipated remixed version of their critically acclaimed 2015 studio release – VITALS, will be available on September 23rd. The collection features a brand new original track, plus re-imagined and re-worked versions of songs from the original album by notable artists and producers, including the winner of their “Monument Remix Contest,” Disero. Fans can pre-order the album via iTunes, Amazon, and Googleplay NOW.

Pre-order purchasers will receive two tracks from the collection instantly, “Monument (Kasbo Remix)” and the brand new single – the album’s title track – “Changes.” The band debuted the song live at Lollapalooza earlier this summer.  PRESS HERE to stream it now on Spotify and HERE to check out the lyric video.

MUTEMATH recently wrapped their run as special guests on Twenty One PilotsEMØTIONAL RØADSHØW tour. The massive series of summer dates saw the guys playing to sold out crowds in some of the nation’s biggest stadiums and amphitheaters including: Hersheypark Stadium, Madison Square Garden, Red Rocks Amphitheatre etc. To celebrate the end of an epic tour, MUTEMATH frontman Paul Meany (aka mellowmatics) put his own spin on the Ohio twosomes’ hit single “Stressed Out.” PRESS HERE to listen and HERE to download (all proceeds will go directly to the victims of the Louisiana flooding).

Stay tuned for more exciting announcements in the coming weeks!

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