White Mystery

ABOUT WHITE MYSTERY

If you're a fan of stripped down garage rock, loud drums, and/
or redheads, meet your perfect match in White Mystery. Garage-soul spitfires Miss Alex White and Francis Scott Key White are siblings who tour worldwide, earn rave reviews from MTV, VICE, NPR Sound Opinions, Pitchfork – and even model for Levi’s jeans. Born and raised in Chicago, the duo is renowned for high-energy shows, fierce independence, and annual album releases “Blood & Venom,” “People Power,” “Telepathic,” "Dubble Dragon” and psychedelic film soundtrack, “That Was Awesome."

White Mystery is brother-sister rock’n’roll duo Miss Alex White & Francis Scott Key White from Chicago. The siblings tour worldwide, earn rave reviews from MTV, VICE, NPR Sound Opinions, Pitchfork – and model for Levi’s Jeans.

Since April 20, 2008, the redheads performed Japan, Europe, the United Kingdom, forty-four United States, self-released five albums, an epic double album Dubble Dragon, and produced the feature film "That Was Awesome."

Weezer, Garbage, Motorhead, Iggy Pop, Thee Oh Sees, and even Sir Richard Branson shared stages with White Mystery at festivals like Riot Fest, South by Southwest, the Taste of Chicago, and Burger Records Boogaloo.

You may recognize their feminist anthem “Good Girl” from the MTV show Awkward, twenty tunes licensed for television, and sponsorships with Orange Amplifiers, Souldier Straps, and Red Bull.
JPR RELEASES
'Sweet Relief' b/w 'Cerebellum' 7" (JPR-034)

TOUR DATES
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