Listen Black Midi unveil new single ‘Talking Heads’

Black Midi unveil new single ‘Talking Heads’

It features on a double A-side with ‘Crow’s Perch’ next month.

Black Midi have shared another new track.

‘Talking Heads’ will feature on a double A-side 12” single with ‘Crow’s Perch’, set for release on 17th May.

The single comes ahead of a series of festival and headline live dates, including The Great Escape next week.

MAY
5 Sounds From The Other City
11 The Great Escape
25 Sea Change
30 This Is Not A Love Song
31 Düdingen Bad Bonn Kilbi

JUNE
1 Immergut Festival
6 Garden Festival
7 Sideways Festival
8-9 Villette Sonique
10 Moers Festival
15 Bergenfest
18 London Earth
20 Bristol Fiddlers
21 Liverpool Phase One
22 Glasgow Mono
23 Nottingham Contemporary Space

JULY
5 Roskilde
5-7 Bolь Festival
12 Mad Cool
14 Valkhof Festival
18 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
21 Pitchfork Music Festival
22 Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry
23 Madison, WI The Terrace at University of Wisconsin
26 Midi Festival

AUGUST
2-4 OFF Festival
4 All Together Now
8-10 Haldern Pop
10 Øya Festival
16 Paredes de Coura
16-18 Lowlands
24 Check In Festival
29-1 End of the Road

SEPTEMBER
18 Amsterdam Melkweg
19 Paris La Boule Noire
21 Bordeaux Barbey Indie Club
25 Lisbon ZDB

OCTOBER
2 Zagreb Mocvara
3 Bratislava Fuga
4 Budapest Durer’s
5 Prague Underdogs
7 Berlin Lido
8 Hamburg Kampnagel
9 Cologne Bumann & Son
10 Brussels Beursschouwberg

Listen to ‘Talking Heads’ below.

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