Middle Of The Night contains 8 brave new songs that courageously take on the subjects like sex, love, politics, racism, gentrification and urban survival that haunt the mind and body in the wee hours. Dare to dream!
released October 19, 2015
This album represents D.I.Y. music culture in London - self recorded and produced it is a true artistic expression of independence.
Lead and Backing Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keys, Percussion - Yinka Oyewole
Drums and Arrangement - Marialessia Dell'acqua
Backing Vocals - Komla Ayewoh, Shernette May, Barry Straight, Laura Sampson
Trombone - Nick RIchards
Trumpet - Sarah Woolfenden
Recorded by Andrew Lorenzo, Yinka Oyewole and Marialessia Dell'acqua at Inspire456 studio, Safe as Houses Studio, The Orphanage and Borough Studios
Horns recorded by Axel Lang at Alchemea Recording Studios
Mastered by Ed Deegan at Gizzard Recording Studios
Cover Design - Yinka Oyewole
Logo Design - CJ Zed
There are a lot of people I could name but honestly it'd never end But I would like to say thank you to everyone involved in this project and to all our families - Oyewole, Odoh, Dell'acqua, Lorenzo, Deegan, Macintosh and the Losi family (thanks to Marco for letting my run wild in the studio - dude I not THAT bad! Thanks to Aaron for letting me use your gear and that amazing Fender Jazz Bass). Thanks to Graham Stannard for his work on our video and photography. Shout out to Martin Brimicombe - always a supporter! Shout out to Raphael Mann - just cos you managed to hide getting tired of me tapping your brain very, very well!
Oh - people don't do this a lot any more - just a few shout outs to OTHER bands - if I didn't mention, you chill - you know who you are and typing is really tiring and it's late! This is like the very last thing I have to do! in no particular order: Creature and Rebel Matic, The Veldt, Love Nor Money, Anthony Joseph and the Spasm Band, California King, CJ Martin Coleman aka Honeychild, The Dark Tides, Black Orchids, Elephant 12, Mike Bradley, Alero, The Cortege, Spanner Jazz Punks, Tolerance Manoeuvre - that'll have do!