Fans have pointed out that the art seems to be in the same style as the artwork for their debut album, 2019’s Schlagenheim, by UK-based graphic designer David Rudnick. It’s possible the band will keep adding more audio and images to the site before an official reveal.
Black Midi already teased a snippet of upcoming music on its new TikTok account at the start of the month.
Last December, singer and guitarist Geordie Greep also hinted that new music from the band will be released at some point in 2021. At the joint Christmas fundraising gig at Brixton venue The Windmill with Black Country, New Road, Greep told the online audience to ‘look forward to hearing the two best albums of the century early next year’.
Black Midi’s second guitarist Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin was absent from several of the band’s gigs pre- and post-lockdown last year.
In January, he revealed that he’s been taking time off from the band due to mental health issues and hasn’t featured on ‘upcoming material’.
The band’s last album, The Black Midi Anthology Vol. 1: Tales of Suspense and Revenge, featuring poems read over lengthy jams, was released exclusively to Bandcamp last June.
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