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Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes digital download. The Midnight are duo Tyler Lyle and Tim McEwan. They are releasing their 2020 EP Horror Show on 'bloodshot splatter' for the first time in stores as part of a limited worldwide run. "Through the process of making the album art for Monsters and thinking about the ephemera in a teenager's bedroom, we began to ask ourselves questions about the television. What was that shadowy figure coming out of the static screen?" The band says, "This is our little homage to the eerie romance of the stumbled upon late night black and white horror film." The Midnight continue to push the sonic and thematic boundaries of the synth-pop genre with impressive compositions encompassing synth-driven film scores, deep house, pop, rock and more.
Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes digital download. The Midnight are duo Tyler Lyle and Tim McEwan. They are releasing their 2020 EP Horror Show on 'bloodshot splatter' for the first time in stores as part of a limited worldwide run. "Through the process of making the album art for Monsters and thinking about the ephemera in a teenager's bedroom, we began to ask ourselves questions about the television. What was that shadowy figure coming out of the static screen?" The band says, "This is our little homage to the eerie romance of the stumbled upon late night black and white horror film." The Midnight continue to push the sonic and thematic boundaries of the synth-pop genre with impressive compositions encompassing synth-driven film scores, deep house, pop, rock and more.
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Horror Show [Bloodshot Splatter LP]
Artist: The Midnight
Format: Vinyl
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Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes digital download. The Midnight are duo Tyler Lyle and Tim McEwan. They are releasing their 2020 EP Horror Show on 'bloodshot splatter' for the first time in stores as part of a limited worldwide run. "Through the process of making the album art for Monsters and thinking about the ephemera in a teenager's bedroom, we began to ask ourselves questions about the television. What was that shadowy figure coming out of the static screen?" The band says, "This is our little homage to the eerie romance of the stumbled upon late night black and white horror film." The Midnight continue to push the sonic and thematic boundaries of the synth-pop genre with impressive compositions encompassing synth-driven film scores, deep house, pop, rock and more.
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