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ROMES Drop Official “Believe” Remix Track by Paul Meany of MuteMath

In celebration of their upcoming North American tour with Mutemath, Toronto-based alt-pop quartetROMES drop a refreshing remix of their breakout single “Believe” by Mutemath frontman, Paul Meany.

ROMES’ stateside return supporting Mutemath kicks off September 14 in Boston and spans 30+ dates across the US, including stops in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago (tickets and tour routing here).

The band will be touring in support of their forthcoming eponymous debut LP. Out October 6 via Five Seven Music, ROMES is produced and mixed by Tony Hoffer (Beck, Phoenix, Fitz and the Tantrums, M83) and features new content plus a selection of the band’s breakout hits including “Tryna Be,” “Believe,” and “Summer Sound,” which Billboard recently praised for its “instantly infectious groove”.

The full-length release follows the success of ROMES’ acclaimed 2016 Believe EP, which garnered support from Neon Gold, Noisey, The Guardian + more. Earlier this year, the two parts Irish, two parts Canadian alt-pop band was featured as one of Alternative Press’ 17 Artists to Watch in 2017.

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