There's a good chance you've heard this track by now and that chance'll turn to certainty by the time the summer's out - in 'Two Doors Down' west London's Mystery Jets have one of the songs of the year, doubtless; and the type of track that'll add at least another 10,000 or so on to sales of the album from which it's plucked.
Luckily, Twenty One (review) is full of hits like this - colourful, naive takes on the sounds of bands from the 'New Pop' section of Simon Reynolds fastly-becoming-seminal Rip it Up and Start Again, tracks that have been spruced by Erol Alkan's clubland production but still retain the essence of the band heard on debut album Making Dens.
So, if you've heard it, enjoy seeing it and if you've seen it, think of this as something for the archives more than an introduction. Chances are you'll return to it at some point.
Video: Mystery Jets - 'Two Doors Down'
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