Malcolm Middleton Tickets
Experience the one-off sound of Malcolm Middleton
Scottish singer-songwriter Malcolm Middleton is known for his unique brand of songwriting that features gut-wrenchingly honest lyrics, plenty of emotional punches and, quite frequently, a morbid sense of humour. While his songs aren't ones to listen to if you need your mood boosted, they're exactly right for those times of reflection on yourself and the world. Delve a little deeper into his exciting repertoire by buying or selling Malcolm Middleton tickets on StubHub.
Heartbreaking honest: Malcolm Middleton's songwriting
Raised on a diet of Bonnie Prince Billy and Smog, Malcolm Middleton began performing music with his friend Aidan Moffat under the band name Arab Strap. Between 1995 and 2006 they released six records and enjoyed considerable success with their alternative rock; splitting to concentrate on other projects, they reunited in 2016 and 2017 for a brief series of concerts and festival performances. Malcolm Middleton's talent as a songwriter with an eye for the absurd mundaneness of everyday life began to come to the fore as half of this creative duo, but it wasn't really until he began releasing his own music that it was let loose. The first of Malcolm Middleton's albums as a solo artist had the catchy title '5:14 Fluoxytine Seagull Alcohol John Nicotine' and was born out of a period of depression the artist was experiencing. While things have become a little less personally intense since then, it reflects a style of songwriting typical for Malcolm Middleton, who doesn't shy away from dealing with the grittier things in life. Whether it's personal experience or social injustices, with Malcolm Middleton tickets you can expect to hear it all displayed in a refreshingly honest light.
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Increasing his activities as a solo artist after the split of Arab Strap, Malcolm Middleton shot to fame in December 2007 when his new single, 'We're All Going To Die', was backed by a BBC Radio One DJ to become a surprise Christmas number one. Although it didn't make it, the odds dropped dramatically from 1,000-1 to 9-1, and Malcolm Middleton's albums were suddenly being given a lot of attention. It was his non-mainstream, entirely unmanufactured style that had so appealed, and which continues to see legions of fans enjoying rare gigs today. Usually seen playing the acoustic guitar, Malcolm Middleton also began to move away from his classic style of performance with the announcement of a new project in 2012. Under the moniker 'Human Don't Be Angry' he released a series of more electronic-leaning albums and EPs, before converting back to his rawer style for 2018's album 'Bananas'. Although he claims to not be a fan of performing live, he's certainly got the talent for it and will have your emotions churning as he speaks directly to your heart. Join him for a unique experience: Malcolm Middleton tickets are available now to buy or sell on StubHub.
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