Mew Release New Song
2013-11-29 by MonotoneMop | 37 Comments

To whet anticipation for their upcoming and as-of-yet-untitled album, Mew have released a new track "Making Friends". The version released is the first version of the song with the second version being the one which will be featured on the upcoming record.

On their Facebook post announcing the release, the band was quick to point out that "Making Friends" is not a single, rather just a "little thank you" on behalf of the band.

The song can currently be streamed on the band's Spotify page and will later be available for download on www.sensoryspaces.com.

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Band Page: Mew

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iswimfast
November 29th 2013

1258 Comments


neat stuff. i really need to listen to more than just Frengers (which is awesome).

Wadlez
November 29th 2013

3797 Comments


Best news. Band is awesome.

BeneaththeDarkOcean
November 30th 2013

372 Comments


Really enjoyed quite a few tracks off No More Stories... Will have to listen later when I've got good headphones.

avonbarksdale221
November 30th 2013

8070 Comments


Great news, band rule.

@darkocean, have you heard Frengers?


Aspenshadow
November 30th 2013

306 Comments


this track is so good

VheissuCrisis
Contributing Reviewer
November 30th 2013

847 Comments


i really need to listen to more than just Frengers [2]

DoubtGin
November 30th 2013

6748 Comments


OMG

TheSlenderMan
November 30th 2013

606 Comments


#151

hogan900
Contributing Reviewer
November 30th 2013

1486 Comments


Frengers is incredible thought, their whole discography is great tbh.

Wadlez
November 30th 2013

3797 Comments


Listen to the rest

Conexus
November 30th 2013

73 Comments


Didn't know these guys were still around.

RollieQuibbs
November 30th 2013

430 Comments


Frengers is not even as good as the PERFECT "And The Glass Handed Kites"

Listen to that album 5-10 times and tell me it's not one of the best albums ever made.

RollieQuibbs
November 30th 2013

430 Comments


'And the Glass Handed Kites' progressive pop/dream pop, prog rock masterpiece.

KILL
November 30th 2013

70528 Comments


lol

Digging: Gal Costa - Gal Costa

RollieQuibbs
November 30th 2013

430 Comments


Sorry kill, it doesn't have to sound like queensryche to be progressive.

lol

KILL
November 30th 2013

70528 Comments


ioi

RollieQuibbs
November 30th 2013

430 Comments


prog(ish) rock. the song Chinaberry Tree
Very unlike Rush, King Crimson, Yes etc.

KILL
November 30th 2013

70528 Comments


????

Wadlez
November 30th 2013

3797 Comments


Mew are progressive pop/rock, pretty easy to understand

KILL
November 30th 2013

70528 Comments


no its not

RollieQuibbs
November 30th 2013

430 Comments


We'll have to agree to disagree

RollieQuibbs
November 30th 2013

430 Comments


I would describe them as Alt Rock/Dream Pop primary genre, and progressive pop/rock secondary genre.

At least, that's how I describe the 2006 version of Mew.

Now they are mostly a dream pop / indie / idontknowwhatthefuck genre.

KILL
November 30th 2013

70528 Comments


?????????????????????????????

RollieQuibbs
November 30th 2013

430 Comments


!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

minty901
November 30th 2013

1962 Comments


glass handed kites is prog rock. frengers is alt rock. no more stories (and their first two albums) are dream pop. one of the most creative bands in the world right now.

Uqnivde
November 30th 2013

64 Comments


I still need to listen to no more stories

i've never seen mew as a prog band at all, especially not frengers, which is the album i've listened to the most

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
November 30th 2013

23798 Comments


Glass Handed Kites is essential. All you posers go listen to it right now.

MonotoneMop
November 30th 2013

148 Comments


Mew called Glass Handed Kites "dreamy thunderstorm pop", so there you go.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
November 30th 2013

9977 Comments


this makes me feel like it's 2010 again

Digging: Deniro Farrar - Rebirth

zxlkho
December 1st 2013

3460 Comments


everyone in this thread is gay

Anthracks
December 1st 2013

3668 Comments


they are not one of the most creative bands in the world right now but they are awesome at making catchy pop tunes

minty901
December 1st 2013

1962 Comments


their use of instrumentation is very forward-thinking. listen to no more stories. its not just some album of catchy tunes

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 1st 2013

9977 Comments


Yeah the way I see Mew is they make catchy music in the most unpredictable and fascinating way possible, and they wrap irresistible melodies around complex time signatures and make it work because hell, they're Mew

KILL
December 1st 2013

70528 Comments


yea i dont dig em

demigod!
December 1st 2013

43809 Comments


ive only heard frengers and it was actually too fruity

Digging: Black Flag - My War

Wadlez
December 1st 2013

3797 Comments


Yea I dig!

zoso33
December 1st 2013

201 Comments


YEEEESSS!!!!!!!



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