Spinning Plates is the lead single from Middleman's debut album of the same name, released on May 1st 2011 through Blip Records. The single will precede the album on March 27th.
Recorded and produced by the band in their own studio, the ten tracks which make uo the album reflect their experiences as a band and the long journey they've been on to create their debut. There's been many high and low points but Middleman have come back stronger than ever with a debut album that is one of a kind.
Guitarist Krish Thiruchelvam explains the thought behind the video for new single 'Spinning Plates': "It reflects the song really, the drabness and greyness of churning out a living whilst dreaming about having time to do what you love, which is what the bright, shiny cubes are about. Always just out of reach until enough time passes that these dreams and could-have-beens fall away and shatter."
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