The band will take to the stage at London’s Clapham Grand for the festive season on December 19.
The show will raise money for the victims of the huge warehouse explosion which rocked the Lebanese capital in August, claiming the lives of over 200 people.
Recently, the London-based band presented ‘Speakers Corner’ - an evening of conversation inspired by the themes of their new album.
The event promises “A series of filmed round table talks with a host of incredible activists, writers and comedians joining us to tackle some of the biggest discussions today."
The band will now play a 14-date UK tour during April 2020 in support of their 'A Billion Heartbeats' album.
Stars including Radiohead and The 1975 have already joined the mission seeking to revitalise how the music industry tackles climate disaster.
The postponement is due to frontman Blaine Harrison requiring emergency surgery.
The new song is taken from the band's upcoming album, 'A Billion Heartbeats', set for release on 27 September.
The rousing new track arrives ahead of the band's new album, 'A Billion Heartbeats', which is out on 27 September.
The band's new album is set for release through Caroline International on 27 September.
Frontman Blaine Harrison says, “I was born in the NHS and it has saved my life several times over."
Mystery Jets have announced special shows for London's Garage in September under the banner 'Jetrospective', revisiting their albums over five nights
Here's the live video of Mumford & Sons' new collaboration with Senegalese superstar Baaba Maal and London-based, Malawi-inspired outfit the Very Best.
Curve Of The Earth is a suitably expansive album which charts the remarkable trajectory that Mystery Jets have taken in the 10 years since their debut.