Indie Folk Rock pioneers Midlake formed in Denton, Texas, in 1999. Currently comprised of Eric Pulido, McKenzie Smith, Eric Nichelson, Jesse Chandler, and Joey McClellan, the band has released 4 studio albums to date. Their most recent release “Antiphon” was released to high praise with Mojo naming it “Album of the Month” saying, “This fourth LP marks a return to brighter, more breezily melodic territory. The groovesome Stone Roses-produced-by-David Axelrod psychedelic shapes of the title track are utterly upbeat. On Antiphon, Midlake sound like a band unburdened and ready to fly.” Anyone who knows Midlake’s preceding albums will recognize some constituent parts of Antiphon: the quirky psychedelia of 2004 debut Bamnan and Slivercork, the ‘70s soft-rock strains of breakthrough album The Trials Of Van Occupanther and the Brit-folk infusion of 2010’s The Courage Of Others. The band have recently finished work on their 5th full length album. Be on the lookout for more information coming fall 2021.