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Middle Kids are back with a new single, ‘Salt Eyes’

The trio are supporting Bloc Party soon.
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Published: 5:51 pm, October 11, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Middle Kids are back with a new single, ‘Salt Eyes’

Middle Kids have debuted a new single, check out ‘Salt Eyes’.

The song was recorded in Ryan Adams' Los Angeles studio, and marks the trio’s first new material since their debut album ‘Lost Friends’.

Hannah explains: “’Salt Eyes’ is when you get those red-dry-eyes after a big cry. Sometimes we try to live large but actually it makes us feel small. ‘Salt Eyes’ is what we get when we're searching for freedom but haven't found it yet."

The band are opening for Bloc Party at their Alexandra Palace show in London on 24th October, before heading off for a US tour.

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