They’re back with new music!! Due August 23 on Big Machine Records, Midland’s much-anticipated second album LET IT ROLL is available now for pre-order:

Following the first single “Mr. Lonely,” which was released alongside a rowdy music video starring acclaimed actor Dennis Quaid as the notorious bachelor, new song “Put The Hurt On Me” offers a more vulnerable side to the raucous trio. They embrace pedal steel classic Country tones and three-part harmony on “Put The Hurt On Me,” which the trio’s Mark Wystrach, Cameron Duddy and Jess Carson wrote alongside Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne. The latest song from their forthcoming album LET IT ROLL finds Osborne, McAnally and Dann Huff producing, as lead singer Wystrach croons:

Kill me softly baby with your kiss
If I go I wanna go like this
Come on be as cruel as you can be
Yeah baby put the hurt on me

Following their completely sold-out, debut headline tour of the UK in December 2018, which established them as one of the most exciting bands on the country scene today, Midland return for headline shows in December 2019:

Dec 2 / Ulster Hall / Belfast

Dec 3 / O2 Academy / Glasgow

Dec 4 / O2 Ritz / Manchester

Dec 5 / O2 Institute / Birmingham

Dec 7 / Leadmill / Sheffield

Dec 8 / Roundhouse / London

Special guest on the live dates will be Desure.

The Washington Post named Midland’s debut album “the year’s best country album” and fans agreed, propelling ON THE ROCKS to the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. The New York Times cited their “dangerously honed sense of aesthetics and deadpan sense of humor” that also helped garner Grammy nods for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group and Best Country Song, plus a 2018 ACM Awards win as New Duo/Group.

Midland has spent the last two years on the road with George Strait, Tim McGraw and Little Big Town, as well as headlining their own shows around the globe. They recently sold out Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium and just announced their fall US LET IT ROLL TOUR – tickets on sale now. Visit for additional updates.