MIDLAND officially enters Top 10 territory this week at Country radio with their debut single “Drinkin’ Problem.” Mirroring the Dripping Springs, TX trio’s airplay chart position, sales lasso the Top 10 for digital Country singles.
Midland’s throwback sound, which Rolling Stone Country called “Solid. Country. Gold.” earlier this year, has been bottled up in a 13-track album arriving on September 22. Produced by Dann Huff, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne, the trio’s full length project features an intoxicating collection of tunes that are reminiscent of the band’s influences ranging from Gary Stewart, The Eagles and Dwight Yoakam.
Recognized by Hits magazine for “their lush harmonies, masterful guitar work and classic song sense,” and named by Entertainment Weekly as one of “10 New Artists Who Will Rule 2017,” Midland will be featured in an upcoming edition of NPR’s World Café hosted by Ann Powers.
Midland will open for Kenny Chesney later this summer before heading out on the road with Jon Pardi on the annual CMT tour. For a complete list of dates, visit MidlandOfficial.com.