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Mega Happy are releasing their mini-album "Please Don’t Be My Dreams" on November 12th and it will be available on 12” vinyl exclusively through The Vinyl Whistle - it's their first record out as a label and is in collaboration with Mönch Records.
Vinyl + Ticket bundles are available through The Vinyl Whistle website - https://bit.ly/3AA6Pyr
We have a competition for two of you to win a test pressing of the record plus a signed & numbered lyric sheet! Anyone who buys the record or a ticket to the album launch will automatically be entered into this competition and we will announce the winners on Monday 15th November!
In the spring of 2021, Leeds duo Mega Happy started work on their forthcoming mini album, "Please Don’t Be My Dreams", striking a depth of maturity with a cohesive sound that many artists who are albums deep into their discography only flirt with.
Their first single from the mini album, “Have You Seen Her”, was released recently to rave reviews, major radio play and was celebrated with a sold out show at Hyde Park Book Club.
“We’re really proud of what we’ve created here as a piece of art. The songs stretch back from the inception of the band to the forefront of what we’re creating currently, all whilst maintaining a strong sense of cohesiveness. The themes that run throughout the piece neatly tie it together and imbue it with our identity as a band. It’s a manifestation of one our core philosophies to create something that you would want to listen to yourself. This is something we always wanted to hear and no one else is making, so we’re unbelievably pleased to be able to share it with the world.” – Mega Happy
As well as working away on their debut record, they have been making their presence known as a live act, engaging audiences across the UK, most notably performing sold out shows at Rough Trade in Nottingham as well as performing with indie scene mainstays such as Blondes and Red Rum Club.