Music video by Mumm-ra performing Song B. (C) 2006 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited.
Mumm-Ra were an English indie rock band originated from Bexhill on Sea. Niall Buckler was only fourteen years old when he formed the band, which took their name from Mumm-Ra the Ever-Living, the main villain of the 1980s cartoon, Thundercats. They first rose to public attention when they performed with the NME Awards Indie Rock Tour alongside The Automatic, The View and The Horrors, and were featured in the January 2007 edition of NME as one of ten bands who were "guaranteed to soundtrack" 2007.
These Things Move in Threes is the first and only album from indie rock band Mumm-Ra, released on 28 May 2007, and leaked onto the internet on the 17 May. Before the release of the album, three songs were taken as singles, whilst Song B was released on the EP, Black Hurts Day and the Night Rolls On, and had a music video created.
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