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The video for Midlake's "The Old & The Young" matches the band's pastoral-psych sound and was shot on the English-countryside childhood home of director Oliver Murray. The video follows the…   Read Story »
Next week Midlake will release Antiphon, the band's fourth album and their first since the departure of former singer Tim Smith. Fans have already had the chance to preview the first two singles,…   Read Story »
We've heard a few selections from Midlake's forthcoming Antiphon, their first with frontman Eric Pulido replacing former singer Tim Smith, including the title track (plus its visuals) and "Provider."…   Read Story »
Midlake have been pushing on since their recent lineup changes and will be putting out a new album next month. We've already heard "Provider" and the title track "Antiphon" which prove that new…   Read Story »
The florid, contemplative Texan folk-rock band Midlake parted ways with frontman Tim Smith last year, but the band is still going with guitarist Eric Pulido stepping into leader position. And this…   Read Story »
Midlake will release Antiphon, the follow-up to 2010's The Courage Of Others and their first album since the departure of former frontman Tim Smith, later this year. Their first offering from the LP…   Read Story »
Last week, the UK's Larmer Tree Gardens hosted a hilariously deep bill for the End Of The Road Festival, a lineup that featured Joanna Newsom, Kurt Vile, Tinawiren, Lykke Li, Best Coast, the Walkmen…   Read Story »
The Courage of Others is a pretty, brave record. (It's your courage, Midlake, not someone else's...) A lot of longtime fans seem(ed) confused/put off by its ’60s Brit folk nods, flutes, and…   Read Story »
At different times, Midlake and The Sophtware Slump-era Grandaddy were getting Radiohead comparisons. Both have moved on from the label (for better or worse) or moved on entirely, as Lytle has. In…   Read Story »
The second show of Midlake's The Courage Of Others support tour brought a good bit of Denton, TX (openers Matthew And The Arrogant Sea also hail from the UNT homebase) and a 90 minute headlining set…   Read Story »