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Scottish alt/post/progressive-rock outfit Midas Fall share haunting new single 'Monsters'.

Credit Stephen Alexander
Credit Stephen Alexander



Monsters is the second single from Cold Waves Divide Us, the fifth studio album from Scottish alt/post/progressive-rock trio Midas Fall.

On Monsters, the band show a more contemplative side, with an ethereal intro giving way to gorgeously syncopated guitar and drums.

Says Elizabeth Heaton, "The monsters I sing about in this song are the intrusive, anxiety ridden thoughts that decide to rear their ugly heads from time to time, especially when you least expect it, just to remind you that you never truly have full control. There is a feeling of defeat and submission in this song, juxtaposed with the idea that the act of writing the words and music itself can be the resolution”

The single is accompanied by a video from producer David Gregory of Cineoteric Films, featuring the band members. Describing the approach he took to the video, David recounts, "Liz explained to us that the song Monsters came to her during a tough time. Composing it happened quickly and organically as it very much helped get her through it. We wanted to explore the idea that art and specifically music is ever-present. As if we're conduits to the vibrations around us and we're pulling the lyrics, music and inspirations directly from our surroundings. Sometimes music reveals itself when we truly need it”.

Cold Waves Divide Us will be released on 8th March, digitally, as well as on CD and a limited pressing of 500 LPs on 180g vinyl (150 black, 350 clear with orange and black splatter). The first 50 physical pre-orders from the Monotreme Records web shop will also receive a limited edition printed A5 booklet with images of handwritten lyrics drafts and drawings from Elizabeth Heaton.



1. In the Morning We'll Be Someone Else

2. I Am Wrong

3. Salt

4. In This Avalanche

5. Point of Diminishing Return

6. Monsters

7. Atrophy

8. Cold Waves Divide Us

9. Little Wooden Boxes

10. Mute

Music by Elizabeth Heaton and Rowan Burn

Lyrics by Elizabeth Heaton

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Elizabeth Heaton

Artwork by Steven Pellatt - EvercloudDesign


Midas Fall tour dates confirmed so far:

16.04.24 Munich DE - Sunny Red Club

17.04.24 Dresden DE - Polimagie Festival

18.04.24 Karlsruhe DE - Kohi

19.04.24 Neunkirchen DE - Stummsche Reithalle

20.04.24 Osnabrück DE - Pop Salon Festival

26.05.24 London UK - Portals Festival, EartH


Elizabeth Heaton - vocals, guitars, strings, synths, piano, drums

Rowan Burn - guitars, synths, piano, drums

Michael Hamilton - bass, synths, drums







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