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MUTEMATH Announces Limited 10th Anniversary Re-Pressing of Self-Titled Debut Album

Starting tonight at midnight, 1,000 lucky fans will have the opportunity to purchase MUTEMATH‘s self-titled debut album on vinyl. The limited-edition release commemorates the critically acclaimed record’s 10th Anniversary, and is well known for launching the band’s debut single, “Typical”, whose GRAMMY Nominated video put them in the spotlight in 2007. Only 1,000 copies are being re-pressed on 180 gram double LP vinyl, and buyers will have the option to purchase individually or as a bundle that includes a limited edition t-shirt and a digital concert movie, Live at the El Rey (never before released). Please visit https://mutemath.merchdirect.com for more information.

This past September, the band released CHANGES, the remixed version of their #1 Independent 2015 studio release – VITALS.  The collection features one new song (the title track – “Changes,” which just surpassed 2 million streams on Spotify), plus re-imagined and re-worked versions of music from the original album by notable artists and producers. Additionally, MUTEMATH’s first festival appearance of the season was announced this week; festivalgoers can catch the guys performing at Hangout Festival this spring.

The band is currently in the studio working on their upcoming fifth LP. Stay tuned for more very exciting announcements in the coming weeks!

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