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Thursday, October 15, 2020

Middle Kids - "R U 4 Me?" [Rock & Alternative]

R U 4 Me?

"R U 4 Me?" music video by Middle Kids
Added: 15-10-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Middle Kids - R U 4 Me? (Official Video)

"R U 4 Me?," the new single from Middle Kids
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Director: W.A.M. Bleakley @wambleakley
Producer: Lizzie Cater
Production Company: Swag Film
Cinematographer: Gregoire Liere
Editor: Stewart Arnott
Colourist: Jacob McKee
Gaffer: Liam Patrick
1AC: Stephanie Furdek
Steadicam: Max McLachlan
Production Designer & Stylist: Laura Murray
Art Director: Olivia Rowlands
Choreographer: Brianna Kell
Runner: Wombat Knox

Tristan Travis
Luke Mulquiney
Sam McIntosh
Jasper Allen
Reyn Williams
Loki D’Agostino
Owen D'Agostino
Isaac Brown
Kaylan Richards
Hugh Mackay
Kristian Rose

Special Thanks: Adam Elliot & David


Purveyors of full-bodied, cleanly crafted indie pop, Sydney trio Middle Kids burst onto the scene in 2016 off the back of their first single and a starry endorsement from none other than Elton John. Classically trained piano player Hannah Joy and multi-instrumentalist Tim Fitz first met in 2014, and Fitz began to produce her solo work as well as playing in her band. Following a series of Bandcamp solo releases for Joy, the pair recruited drummer and Sydney Conservatorium of Music in Jazz Performance graduate Harry Day to join them in 2016 as their songwriting became increasingly collaborative. Before they'd even played their first show, the newly formed trio set about recording their debut single, "Edge of Town." They received an immediate boost to their profile after Elton John aired it on his Beats 1 radio show, added it to his playlist, and called himself a fan. They achieved further exposure when they won FBI Radio's Northern Lights competition, which earned them a spot on the bill at the Iceland Airwaves Music Festival in Reykjavik. Keen to put out their first extended-play release, the trio gathered together tracks like "Doing It Right," which was recorded at Parliament Studios along with "Edge of Town," and a number of other compositions recorded in Joy and Fitz's garage. Their self-titled six-track EP appeared in early 2017, and featured songs full of lo-fi charm matched with big pop hooks. Middle Kids spent the remainder of the year touring extensively, supporting Cold War Kids on their U.S. tour and performing at SXSW and the Great Escape Festival. The single "Mistake" appeared in early 2018, followed in May of that year by the album Lost Friends. By October of that year, the group was already back with new music, offering the single "Salt Eyes" which they recorded at Ryan Adams' PAX-AM studio. 2019 brough additional singles "Real Thing" and "Beliefs and Prayers."

Tags : 2020, 20s, Middle Kids