Australian trio Middle Kids – Hannah Joy, Harry Day and Tim Fitz – will continue their UK tour by appearing at the Brudenell on 22 November, after their successful appearances in the 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.”
Consistent with this notion, the trio have also launched Found Friends introducing Mix-tape culture into the modern age by using 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.”
Check out Found Friends HERE and share a playlist and find a friend.
Lost Friends was released on May 4ththrough Lucky Number and is available to order now HERE on limited lilac coloured gatefold vinyl, gatefold CD and digital download.
UK Tour Dates
November 20 | Manchester, GB @ The Deaf Institute
November 21 | Newcastle, GB @ The Think Tank
November 22 | Leeds, GB @ Brudenell Social Club
November 24 | Nottingham, GB @ The Bodega
November 25 | Leicester, GB @ The Cookie
November 26 | London, GB @ Village Underground
Feature photograph by Maclay Herriot