Sydney’s Middle Kids are already having a banner 2019 – following their biggest ever sold-out headline Australian tour to date – now your favourite Aussie trio has gifted you their six track mini-albumNew Songs For Old Problems and new single ‘Big Softy’.

Hannah Joy, Harry Day and Tim Fitz are on a roll with ‘Big Softy’ and the mini-album following the two mega singles ‘Real Thing’ and ‘Beliefs & Prayers’, both of which were crowd faves on their old out Australia / New Zealand tour, and in the US, where they are currently on tour with Local Natives.

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Produced by Tim Fitz and recorded at their own studio in Sydney, New Songs For Old Problems is off the back of a massive 2018. Their debut release last year, Lost Friends, earned the band, an ARIA top 10 chart result, an ARIA nomination for Best Rock Album, and saw them conquer some of the globe’s biggest festivals and venues, including K and European dates with Bloc Party and a sold out show at London’s Village Underground.

The band also ranked #64 on triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2018 with ‘Mistake’, picked up triple j’s prestigious Album of the Year award, and who could forget their US TV run with performances on Conan, Jimmy Kimmel and The Late Late Show with James Corden?

Stream New Songs For Old Problems below:

New Songs For Old Problems is six tracks of absolute indie-rock gold, and those who managed to snag a ticket to their local concerts will attest they sound just as good live as they do on record.

Middle Kids are set to finish up this particular global takeover on June 25, with their biggest UK show to date, headlining Heaven in London.

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New Songs For Old Problems is available at and all major music retailers. 

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Check out Middle Kids’ ‘Mistake’ on The Late Late Show with James Corden: