MIDDLE KIDS

SHARE ‘DON’T BE HIDING’ VIDEO - UK TOUR DATES THIS AUTUMN - DEBUT ALBUM LOST FRIENDS OUT NOW

Australian trio MIDDLE KIDS, Hannah Joy, Harry Day and Tim Fitz, today share the video for ‘Don’t Be Hiding’, which follows the recent release of their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Lost Friends’. 

Hannah says about the song and video, “There are so many things we feel ashamed of and then so often hide. When hidden, it is easy to feel people don't know us and if they did know us, they wouldn't accept us. Don't Be Hiding calls us to be honest and brave in sharing who we are whilst learning to love ourselves and each other as imperfect yet cherished people.  We made this video at Harry's house. It's relaxed and playful, like the song, as if to create a space to explore this idea of sharing and accepting.”

 

Building on this idea they also today launch Found Friends which brings the charm of Mix-tape culture into the modern age by creatively utilising Spotify’s technology to match fans, and their playlists, with each other wherever they may be.   

 

“We made our album Lost Friends with the intention to help listeners further discover what is true and beautiful about the world and its people. To us, the phrase Lost Friends mourns lost connections but also reveres the very human desire for relationship. We are thankful for the bonds that music creates for us and want you to feel a little more connected by music, too.”

Middle Kids Tour Dates & Tickets

MIDDLE KIDS

ANNOUNCE UK TOUR

 

Australian trio MIDDLE KIDS have just released their debut album Lost Friends, and today they announce a 19 date UK and European Tour for November.   All dates are listed below and tickets are on sale now.

 

Last week the band made their second and third appearances on U.S. television following on from their Conan performance. Middle Kids performed their brilliant single ‘Mistake’, and “On My Knees’, on Jimmy Kimmel, which you can watch HERE . 

 

On Lost Friends, Hannah Joy, Harry Day and Tim Fitz bring back their knack for haunting hooks, lyrical poignancy and irresistible indie rock appeal that critics praised in their self-titled first EP, released in February 2017. This radiant collection of new songs conjures melodic nostalgia for some of songwriting's very best, rich in heartfelt build and beautiful simplicity.

 

The new album, Lost Friends, is the kind of album that sucker-punches you in the gut, revealing its nuances only after repeated listens. The songs’ edges are jagged, the production clean, stray imperfections imbue warmth and a human touch. Middle Kids craft classic hooks and riffs that tangle up in your brain like licorice and choruses that linger long after the song has faded. And they’ve bonded over a greater sense of what their music should accomplish.

 

Lost Friends was released on May 4th through Lucky Number and is available to order now HERE on limited lilac coloured gatefold vinyl, gatefold CD, and digital download.

 

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MIDDLE KIDS

SHARE NEW TRACK “BOUGHT IT” – LISTEN HERE 

 

Australian trio Middle Kids will release their debut album Lost Friends next Friday, May 4th, and today they share new track, and album opener, “Bought It”.   Listen HERE. 

 

The band explain:

“Bought It is the opening track on our debut album, Lost Friends. It's a song for the weird nights where you're looking for something but got no idea what. It hopes to bring you into its atmosphere and let you linger in it long after the song has finished”.

 

Last night the band made their second appearance on U.S. television following on from their Conan performance. Middle Kids performed their brilliant single ‘Mistake’, and “On My Knees’, on Jimmy Kimmel, which you can also watch HERE.

 

MIDDLE KIDS

SHARE NEW SINGLE “ON MY KNEES”

Australian trio Middle Kids will release their debut album Lost Friends next month, and today they share new single “On My Knees”. The band explain the track is “about rejecting the value system of the individual as the prime unit of society. It’s also about how suffering and disappointment can help change our perspective in a healthy way. When we stop focus on ‘winning’ and can submit to something bigger, or to each other, we are better people.”

 

On Lost Friends, Hannah Joy, Harry Day and Tim Fitz bring back their knack for haunting hooks, lyrical poignancy and irresistible indie rock appeal that critics praised in their self-titled first EP, released in February 2017. This radiant collection of new songs conjures melodic nostalgia for some of songwriting's very best, rich in heartfelt build and beautiful simplicity.

MIDDLE KIDS

SIGN WITH LUCKY NUMBER & ANNOUNCE DEBUT ALBUM LOST FRIENDS RELEASED MAY 4, 2018

Australian trio Middle Kids announce that they have signed with Lucky Number  (Dream Wife, Hinds, Sleigh Bells, Sunflower Bean) and will release their eagerly-awaited debut album, Lost Friends, on May 4, 2018.  In addition, they have announced a London show at The Moth Club on April 2.

 

On Lost Friends, Hannah Joy, Harry Day and Tim Fitz bring back their knack for haunting hooks, lyrical poignancy and irresistible indie rock appeal that critics praised in their self-titled first EP, released in February 2017. This radiant collection of new songs conjures melodic nostalgia for some of songwriting's very best, rich in heartfelt build and beautiful simplicity. Take "Mistake" as evidence – the first single from the album, released today and available to stream / buy via all digital retailers.

 

Middle Kids made a powerful debut last year with the release of their internationally acclaimed self-titled EP, featuring singles “Edge of Town” and  “Your Love”. The band dazzled at several SXSW and The Great Escape showcases, made their U.S. television debut on Conan and supported legendary acts like Ryan Adams and The War On Drugs.  

 

The new album, Lost Friends, is the kind of album that sucker-punches you in the gut, revealing its nuances only after repeated listens. The songs’ edges are jagged, the production clean, stray imperfections imbue warmth and a human touch. Middle Kids craft classic hooks and riffs that tangle up in your brain like liquorice and choruses that linger long after the song has faded. And they’ve bonded over a greater sense of what their music should accomplish.

 

“In a time where a lot of division is growing, we want to be part of the conversation that unites people around certain ideals that are universal, like hope and love,” says Hannah Joy.  “That’s so much a thread throughout this album: Even though things are tough, it’s worth believing in something good and in the idea that we can heal. And in some ways, I wanted the music to be beautiful and a respite from what’s going on.”

 

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