MERC Interview With The Middens
MERC clothing predict big things for The Middens We are really proud to be spoken of so highly by such a well respected clothing company. Merc was first established in 1967 on Carnaby St, and has been a vital part of Mod subculture ever since, so we felt privileged to be asked to do the interview for such an important part of British subculture heritage. Read the full interview here: http://www.merc.com/mercblog/merc-sounds---the-middens/ #MercSoundsTheMiddens #MERC #SHOP #Re
The Middens put on a loud, aggressive and quality performance.
The Middens are four young lads from North Shields. In 2015 Vive Le Rock magazine announced them as part of the 'New Mod' generation with their track Reverent Son being part of a special compilation on the magazines cover CD. The Middens take influences from bands and artists spanning five decades. For their sound, think New Wave meets Indie and Psychedelic. They write and play way beyond their teenage years, and are now being recognised for their vibrant and energetic live s
North Shields four-piece The Middens hope their success continues with their forthcoming new materia
The Middens a new mod four-piece who hail from North Shields, have had a phenomenal few months after their cover of Red Red Robin was adopted by North Shields FC as their official Wembley song. The band recorded their own, updated version of the 1926 Al Jolson classic ‘When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin’ Along)’ to mark the club’s first Wembley appearance since winning the FA Amateur Cup against Sutton United in 1969. And were over the moon when North Shields FC be
Music video helps to boost North Shields FC on the road to Wembley.
The Middens have filmed their version of the song, The Red Red Robin, as the football club gears up for the FA Vase final in May. A rousing music video featuring Tyneside football fans has been created by a local band as they cheer on their Wembley-bound team. North Shields FC has made it through to the finals of the FA Vase Tournament and is set to take on Glossop North End at Wembley Stadium on May 9th. Thousands of tickets have already been snapped up for the big game. Nor
ITV News show The Middens acoustic version of Red Red Robin.
North Shields Football Club are ninety minutes from Wembly. They have a one goal advantage going into the second leg of the FA Vase Semi-Final against Swindon based in Highworth. North Shields are nicknamed 'the robins' and local band The Middens have recorded a version of the 1926 song "The Red Red Robin" which the team has adopted as it's theme tune on the road to Wembley. The band performed the song for us in the North Shields dressing room. Watch them here: ITV NEWS. #Mod