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Customer Reviews

Great band

I agree with the guy above, saw them in Glasgow, fantastic, I was a big fan before seeing them and they are honestly one of the best live bands ive seen, they don't take themselves too seriously aswell. I also had a chat with the lead singer, Noo, and he promises the forthcoming album will not let their fans down, I can't wait! 2007, year of Mumm-Ra!

Brilliant Stuff

Mumm-Ra are one of the best new bands around at the minute and "What Would Steve Do?" is an amazing indie-pop record. This acoustic version is sublime. After seeing them live in Glasgow I'm an even bigger fan than I was already. Surely they're destined for big things?


Formed: Bexhill-On-Sea, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

U.K. band Mumm-Ra (named after a ThunderCats character) is guitarist James "Tate" Arguile, bassist/vocalist Niall Buckler, lead vocalist/guitarist James "Noo" New, guitarist/vocalist Oli Frost, and drummer Gareth Jennings accompanied by live keyboardist Tommy B. The members formed the group while schoolmates, and early gigs frequently ended with extended jams with the crowd on-stage. Following a handful of EPs, the full-length These Things Move in Threes (guided by renowned producer Youth) was released...
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