WIRRAL band The Mysterines have confirmed the details of their upcoming debut album.

Titled Reeling, the full-length album is set to arrive on March 11, 2022 via Fiction Records.

“It’s a pretty ambiguous title for most people, but for me ‘Reeling’ sums up every emotion of the album in just one word,” frontwoman Lia Metcalfe said. “It was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do.”

To preview the album, the four-piece have also released their latest single, Hung Up.

“Hung Up is pretty self-explanatory and I intended it to be that way. It’s also a very revengeful song,” said Lia.

Catherine Marks, who worked on The Amazons’ debut album and has collaborated with The Big Moon and PJ Harvey, has produced the LP.

Despite not yet releasing an album, The Mysterines have already made huge steps in their short musical career, selling out their first ever UK headline tour in February 2020, and headlining the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds. The band are no strangers to praise; as well as being endorsed by Paul Weller - who invited Lia to sing on his latest album Fat Pop, singing alongside him on the song True - The Mysterines are regularly heralded by DJs Steve Lamacq and Huw Stephens.

Throughout 2020, the band recorded their upcoming debut album at London’s Assault And Battery Studio.

On recording the album during a global pandemic, Lia added: “Nothing seemed more fitting than to record an album about self-destruction whilst the world itself entered into what seemed like a brief apocalypse.

“As a band, we were really grateful to still be able to create during such bleak times. Our wonderful producer Catherine Marks, who put everything she had into the record, turned my songs into perfect pictures of themselves with both the most frightening and beautiful reflections.”

The Mysterines are on tour throughout October with forthcoming dates in Leicester (October 20), Manchester (October 23) and Liverpool (October 30).