Dundee act Midnight Alleys release a single, ‘Sick Clown’, via new label Deadly Records.

Their latest track follows up ‘So It Goes’, from August, which received radio play by Steve Lamacq on 6Music, and Jim Gellatly at Amazing Radio.

The quintet – Neil Morrison, Matthew Kermally, George Mackenzie, Fabio Whyte, and Ben Connelly – released two singles, ‘You’ll Be Just Fine’ and ‘So It Goes’ before joining Serotone on the label. They also signed to publisher Free Construction Music.

Keyboard player Whyte also released a solo single, ‘Carnival of Life‘, last summer.

Recorded at Stage 2000 in Dundee and produced by Morrison and Stuart Hanna, ‘Sick Clown’ will feature on the band’s forthcoming debut album set to be released in 2021.

Since forming in 2017, Midnight Alleys have supported the likes of The Wedding Present, and Matt Hollywood & the Bad Feelings (ex-The Brian Jonestown Massacre). They have also received praise from Michael Bradley out of The Undertones.

The new single “follows the story of pulling yourself out of a place of struggle and the approach to self-discovery in a fast paced and increasingly demanding world with a conclusion that says doing what you can is okay,” according to Morrison, the band’s vocalist and guitarist.

It is available to download via Bandcamp or stream at Spotify.

More at www.facebook.com/MidnightAlleysBand and www.deadly-records.com.