Firewalkers

by The Mystery Men?

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The Mystery Men? bring you their long-awaited second full length album, Firewalkers! Following in the spirit of their first full-length album, Sonos Delirium, this album features more of the reverb-drenched, instrumental, triple guitar journey into the many moods of modern surf music… and even a bit beyond!

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released September 15, 2018

All songs written and performed by The Mystery Men? Except:
“The Nobu Incident” written by Jeremy DeHart, Jesper Grud, and The Mystery Men?
“The Conjuror” written by Jeremy Osborne and The Mystery Men?
“Hotel Loneliness” written by Fred Lincoln Wray and Olive Wray Povlson
Copyright Warner/Chappell Music Denmark
“Overlord written by Lester Dragstedt and The Mystery Men?
Melodica and accordion on “Make Me No Grave” by Jeffrey Butzer
Violin and viola on “Sky Lanterns” by Charles Page, cello by Kristin Haverty
Flute on “Adhan” by Heather Willyard

Produced by The Mystery Men?

Engineered by Lester Dragstedt at an undisclosed location

Mixed by Adam McIntyre at Bear Pause

Mastered by Jerod McBrayer at McBrayer Mastering

Art by J Griffin

Band photography by R. Stacy Fenner

Hand photography by Bazemore Photography

Art direction by Jamie Galatas and Chad Shivers

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The Mystery Men? Atlanta, Georgia

The enigmatic figures of instrumental surf. Frenetic at times, dark and moody at others, the 5-piece conundrum takes you on a heavily reverbed journey through the shadows. With their 3-guitar attack straddling the threshold of old and new, The Mystery Men? take elements of spy music, spaghetti western, a small hint of metal and blend them with the sensibilities of the traditional surf genre. ... more

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