Late Night Tales: Midlake

by Midlake

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Formed in small town Denton in Texas, over the course of almost a decade the five conscientious musicians have quietly become one of the most alluring acts to come out of America. With their reputation as endless hard workers and live shows that leave audiences in stunned awe, it's unsurprising that Midlake have attracted an ever expanding fan-base from around the word.

Journeying across the plains of North America, the wilds of the British Isles and fleeting visits to Holland and Iceland, Midlake's Late Night Tales is a voyage through all that mesmerises and enchants. Incorporating tracks from the likes of deeply seductive vocalist Scott Walker to Bjork (a frequent among the Late Night Tales compilations). Midlake's instalment certainly does not disappoint. Beach House's captivating and thought provoking "Silver Soul" further launches Midlake's compilation into the realm of the imaginary and magical.

As with all Late Night Tales instalments, Midlake add their own unique twist to the compilation with their exclusive and much honoured acoustic cover of Black Sabbath's "Am I Going Insane".

With a highly anticipated new album in the pipeline and a welcomed return to End of the Road Festival later in the year, Midlake are a welcomed addition to the diversely talented Late Night Tales family.

Will Self draws the compilation to a close with the final part of his spoken word short story, "The Happy Detective".

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released March 28, 2011

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