A stand-in drummer has been drafted in to Merseyside’s fastest rising band The Mysterines, Getintothis’ Harry Lambshank with your crash, bang, wallop.
The Mysterines have drafted in temporary drummer Paul Crilly for their upcoming tour.
Crilly, who plays drums for Liverpool rock and roll outfit Life At The Arcade, replaces previous drummer, Chrissy Moore.
Life At The Arcade played their biggest headline gig to date in November when they played the O2 Academy for EVOL.
Moore is said to have parted company with the band with “mutual agreement” to pursue new projects, according to a post on the The Mysterines‘ Twitter account.
The statement went on to say that Moore has been part of their project from the beginning, and that the band regard him as “one of our best friends”.
Chrissy is the band’s second drummer to leave the band since they formed with Zak McDonnell the original man behind the sticks playing for them for around a year including at the inaugural Skeleton Coast Festival.
The Mysterines confirmed that they are to continue as a band, ahead of their upcoming UK tour next month.
The Mysterines will play:
19 February – Nottingham – Bodega Social Club
20 February – Glasgow – The Poetry Club
21 February – Manchester – Deaf Institute
22 February – Liverpool – Arts Club
26 February – London – The Lexington
27 February – Birmingham – The Castle & Falcon
28 February – Bristol – The Louisiana
29 February – Cardiff – Club Ifor Bach