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Studio album by
Released26 May 2021
RecordedJune – August 2020
LabelRough Trade
  • Black Midi
  • John "Spud" Murphy
  • Marta Salogni
Black Midi chronology
The Black Midi Anthology Vol. 1
Black Midi studio chronology
Singles from Cavalcade
  1. "John L"
    Released: 23 March 2021
  2. "Slow (Loud)"
    Released: 28 April 2021
  3. "Chondromalacia Patella"
    Released: 19 May 2021

Cavalcade is the second studio album by English rock band Black Midi. It was released through Rough Trade Records digitally on 26 May 2021 and physically on 28 May. It was primarily recorded in the summer of 2020 with producer John "Spud" Murphy, with the exception of one track which was recorded beforehand with Marta Salogni. For Cavalcade, the band had a more premeditated approach to the writing and recording, as opposed to the improvisational approach taken for their debut studio album, Schlagenheim (2019). The opening track "John L" was released as a single in promotion of the album, followed by a louder mix of the fourth track "Slow", and finally "Chondromalacia Patella" before its release to critical acclaim.

Background and recording

Black Midi began writing music for a new album in late 2019, not long after the release of their debut studio album, Schlagenheim, in June of that year. The band chose to have a less improvisational approach to writing their second studio album, in contrast to Schlagenheim which was crafted around jam sessions.[1] Guitarist Geordie Greep said of the process, "People seemed to really like the debut album but after a while we all became pretty bored with it...So, it was like: this time let's make something that is actually good."[2] Prior to the recording sessions for the album, guitarist Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin took a break from the band, citing a need to focus on his mental health; he took part in the writing sessions for Cavalcade, however. Saxophonist Kaidi Akinnibi and keyboardist Seth Evans, who were a part of Black Midi's recent touring lineup, were a part of the album recording sessions.[3] The band first recorded "John L", the opening track, with Marta Salogni in London.[3] The song features the sound of a helicopter unintentionally captured by studio microphones as it flew overhead.[4] Afterward, they recorded the rest of the album with John "Spud" Murphy at Hellfire Studios on Montpelier Hill, County Dublin, during the summer of 2020.[5]


The music of Cavalcade has been primarily described as progressive rock,[6][7][8][9] experimental rock,[10][11][12][13] avant-prog,[14][15][16] jazz fusion[8][9] and math rock.[9][17] The album's lyrics revolve around depictions of "larger than life figures", with the figures depicted ranging from "a cult leader fallen on hard times and an ancient corpse found in a diamond mine to legendary cabaret singer Marlene Dietrich, strolling seductively past them".[18]


Black Midi announced the details for Cavalcade on 23 March 2021, revealing its track listing and release date.[19] On the same day, they released the album's lead single, the opening track "John L". A music video was also released for "John L". The single was backed with the non-album track "Despair". A 12-inch release for the single was made available for pre-order on 23 March and was released on 9 April.[5] Cavalcade was released on 26 May 2021 through Rough Trade Records both digitally and physically, as a black vinyl, picture disc vinyl, CD, and cassette.[18] Each pre-ordered vinyl copy of the album from either an independent record store, Rough Trade Shops, Rough Trade Records' webstore, or Tower Records includes a flexi disc containing a cover version of a specific song, selected by fans, from a premade playlist; the Tower Records release includes a CD in place of a flexi disc. The cover version is unique for each location, with separate covers being recorded for United States and United Kingdom-based independent record stores.[20]

On 26 May 2021, Black Midi live streamed Cavalcade on their YouTube channel.[21] Though the band and Rough Trade announced a release for 28 May, the album was immediately released on Apple Music, Bandcamp,[22][23] and multiple other streaming platforms after the stream ended.[21][24]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Review scores
AllMusic3.5/5 stars[26]
The Line of Best Fit9/10[10]
Loud and Quiet9/10[28]
NME4/5 stars[29]
Slant Magazine3/5 stars[31]

Cavalcade has been greeted with considerable acclaim from music reviewers. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, Cavalcade received a score of 80, based on 19 reviews.[25]

In the review for Exclaim, Sydney Brasil declared "Cavalcade is an album of extremes, fluctuating between lounging wizardry and an angular, prog-rock nightmare. It's smart and well-calculated, expressing their range as musicians. Most importantly, it's the best path forward to keep speculators on their toes."[8] Gigwise's Joe Smith shared similar sentiments, calling the album "a perfectly-executed offering of the band's development since album one. Instead of replicating the sound of their debut, they’ve shifted and sculpted it into a whole new beast, rich with barrier breaking expressionism and glistening soundscapes."[27] Summarizing the review for The Line of Best Fit, Robin Ferris wrote that it was "a record that delights in its own darkness, and will not compromise any of its sickening, theatrical excess. It’s a triumph of the UK underground and a singular vision of a band completely detached from their listeners expectations."[10]

John Amen was more critical in the review for PopMatters; "Throughout Cavalcade, Black Midi displays superlative skills, fierce chemistry, and avant-garde vision, offering spellbinding performances while also, perhaps inevitably, falling prey to sonic tautologies and circuitousness."[30] In the review for AllMusic, Fred Thomas called it "intentionally oversaturated and designed to knock listeners off balance and at its best, the album's overpowering rush of sounds and ideas communicates the excitement and a sense of unlimited possibilities."[26] Writing for Slant Magazine, Charles Lyons-Burt stated that "It’s an atmosphere-focused album that attempts to express the nastier side of being alive. The result is evocative but not necessarily satisfying."[31] God Is in the TV's Jonathan Chadwick said "some of the gnarly bumps and edges that made Schlagenheim so exhilarating appear to have been sanded down – but admittedly, this gives way to a lushness on Cavalcade that wasn’t present on its predecessor".[32]

Track listing

All tracks written by Black Midi (Geordie Greep, Cameron Picton, Morgan Simpson).[a] All tracks produced by Black Midi and John "Spud" Murphy, except "John L" produced by Marta Salogni.

Cavalcade track listing[33]
1."John L"5:13
2."Marlene Dietrich"2:53
3."Chondromalacia Patella"4:49
5."Diamond Stuff"6:20
7."Hogwash and Balderdash"2:32
8."Ascending Forth"9:53
Total length:42:19



Credits adapted from the album's liner notes.[34]


Chart performance for Cavalcade
Chart (2021)Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA)[35]81
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[36]66
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[37]144
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[38]74
Scottish Albums (OCC)[39]18
UK Albums (OCC)[40]60
UK Independent Albums (OCC)[41]7
UK Rock & Metal Albums (OCC)[42]2
US Top Album Sales (Billboard)[43]16


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  4. ^ Marta Salogni [@Marta_Salogni] (24 March 2021). "The earthquake sound at 0:54 seconds is actually a helicopter hovering above the studio and picked up by the microphone as we were recording the vocal take for John L" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
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  7. ^ Amin, Tayyab (28 May 2021). "Black Midi: Cavalcade review – freakish parade of prog-jazz extremity". The Guardian. Retrieved 29 May 2021.
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  9. ^ a b c Sentz, Tim (28 May 2021). "Album Review: black midi - Cavalcade". Beats Per Minute. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  10. ^ a b c Ferris, Robin (May 24, 2021). "Black Midi's weird and wonderful reign continues on Cavalcade | The Line of Best Fit". Retrieved May 24, 2021.
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  12. ^ Reed, Ryan (28 May 2021). "Black Midi's Avant-Rock Grows Gloriously Weirder on 'Cavalcade'". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  13. ^ DeVille, Chris (26 May 2021). "Stream Black Midi's New Album Cavalcade". Stereogum. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
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Black Midi
Black Midi performing in Helsinki in 2019. From left to right: Cameron Picton, Geordie Greep, Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin, and Morgan Simpson.
Black Midi performing in Helsinki in 2019. From left to right: Cameron Picton, Geordie Greep, Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin, and Morgan Simpson.
Background information
OriginLondon, England, UK
Years active2017 (2017)–present
Associated actsBlack Country, New Road
  • Geordie Greep
  • Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin
  • Cameron Picton
  • Morgan Simpson

Black Midi (stylised in all lowercase) are an English rock band from London, formed in 2017. The band consists of Geordie Greep (vocals, guitar), Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin (vocals, guitar), Cameron Picton (vocals, bass guitar, synths) and Morgan Simpson (drums). Their name is derived from the Japanese music genre black MIDI, though their own music has no relation to it. Their sound has been described as experimental rock,[1][2][3] math rock,[4][5] progressive rock,[5] noise rock[6] and post-punk.[7]

The band began on producer Dan Carey's record label Speedy Wunderground, through which they released their debut single "bmbmbm" in 2018. They released their debut studio album Schlagenheim, produced by Carey, on 21 June 2019, through Rough Trade Records. It received critical acclaim,[8] entered the top 50 of the UK Albums Chart, and was nominated for the 2019 Mercury Prize. An anthology album including several recorded jams and spoken word tracks, The Black Midi Anthology Vol. 1: Tales of Suspense and Revenge, was released on 5 June 2020 exclusively to Bandcamp. The band's second studio album, Cavalcade, was released on 26 May 2021.


Formation and first singles (2015–2019)

Prior to the formation of the band, Geordie Greep had separate jam sessions with Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin and Morgan Simpson, all of whom (alongside Cameron Picton) were attending BRIT School.[6] Simpson was an accomplished drummer, winning the "Young Drummer Of The Year" award in 2014. In 2016 Greep and Kwasniewski-Kelvin enlisted Simpson to form a band, with Greep and Kelvin on guitar and vocals, and with Simpson on drums. Picton joined later, on bass guitar, to complete the line-up.[9] The band played their first gig at Brixton's venue 'The Windmill', on 12 June 2017.[10] They would go on to earn a "residence" on the venue and perform there regularly.

On 8 June 2018, the group released their debut single titled "Bmbmbm" released on producer Dan Carey's record label Speedy Wunderground.[11] On 26 September 2018, a cassette was released featuring segments of a performance with Damo Suzuki which took place on 5 May 2018 at 'The Windmill'. On 9 November 2018, Black Midi performed five songs from their then untitled upcoming album, live at Kex Hostel in Reykjavik, Iceland, during the music festival Iceland Airwaves.[12] The eccentric performance, which was recorded for the Seattle radio station KEXP, was praised online and became popular on YouTube, exposing the band to listeners internationally.[13][14] The band contributed the song "Ice Cream" featuring Jerskin Fendrix on vocals for a Brixton Hillbilly compilation album, released 7 December 2018.[15] On 23 January 2019, the group released their second single, "Speedway". A 12" vinyl record was released featuring remixes by Proc Fiskal, Kwake Bass, and Blanck Mass.[16]

Schlagenheim and other projects (2019–2020)

In January 2019 the group announced that they had signed to Rough Trade Records. The group released two singles on the label in March and April 2019, "Crows Perch" and "Talking Heads" respectively. On 14 May, the group announced their debut album titled Schlagenheim, which was released 21 June 2019. The album was recorded in 2018 with producer Dan Carey, who became impressed by the band at an early live show.[17] Instead of merely recreating their live show, they chose to augment their sound with piano, accordion, synthesisers, banjo, and drum machines. "The idea was to do stuff that's impossible to do live," frontman Greep explained. "If the album and the gig are just the same, it's a bit sad."[14] The majority of the album was recorded in just five days.[18] At Metacritic, a website that assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, Schlagenheim received a score of 82, based on 20 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".[8] The album was later nominated for the 2019 Mercury Prize.[19] The band performed "bmbmbm" at the award ceremony on 19 September 2019. During the performance, Kwasniewski-Kelvin sustained injuries after performing a frontflip on stage, which resulted in his absence from their UK tour in February 2020, in which saxophonist Kaidi Akinnibi and keyboardist Seth Evans briefly joined the line-up [20]

On 7 March 2020, the band performed live at the BBC Radio 6 Music festival in Camden.[21] On 5 June 2020, the band released a jam and spoken word album via Bandcamp entitled The Black Midi Anthology Vol. 1: Tales of Suspense and Revenge, consisting of four short stories read by the members of the band over jam instrumentals as well as three instrumental mixes mostly taken from the same recordings as the spoken word tracks.[22][23] On 16 June 2020, the band began hosting a monthly radio show called The Black Midi Variety Hour on NTS Radio. Six episodes have been produced so far.[24] On 10 December 2020, the band performed a show with the group Black Country, New Road under the alias Black Midi, New Road as a charity gig for live venue The Windmill, Brixton. The show was livestreamed from The Windmill's Bandcamp page with an entry fee of £5. The group have performed under the Black Midi, New Road moniker at the venue before.[25]

Kwasniewski-Kelvin's hiatus and Cavalcade (2021–present)

On January 15, 2021, Black Midi announced through social media that their guitarist Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin had been taking time off from the band due to mental health issues and that he is not featured on forthcoming material from the band.[26] The band announced their second studio album, Cavalcade, on 23 March 2021, which was released on 28 May 2021.[27] On the day of the announcement, they also released the album's lead single, "John L", backed with the non-album track "Despair".[28] Kwasniewski-Kelvin appears on the album only as composer on a couple of tracks; he was not part of the recording process. Touring members Akinnibi and Evans were a part of the album's recording sessions.[27] A second single, "Slow", was released on 28 April and corresponded with a second KEXP performance released the same day. This performance contains Evans and Akinnibi as well as a small brass section.


Current members

  • Geordie Greep – vocals, guitar
  • Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin – vocals, guitar (On hiatus)[26]
  • Cameron Picton – vocals, bass, synths, samples
  • Morgan Simpson – drums

Touring members

  • Seth Evans – keyboards, synths (2020-present)
  • Kaidi Akinnibi – saxophone (2020-present)[29]


Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
TitleAlbum detailsPeak chart positions


  • Released: 26 May 2021
  • Label: Rough Trade
  • Format: CD, LP, cassette, download


List of collections
TitleAlbum details
The Black Midi Anthology Vol. 1: Tales of Suspense and Revenge
  • Released: 5 June 2020
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: Download

Extended plays

List of extended plays
TitleAlbum details
Live at KEXP
  • Released: 21 June 2019
  • Label: Rough Trade
  • Format: CD
Live on Canal St, NYC
  • Released: 29 November 2019
  • Label: Rough Trade
  • Format: LP, CD

Live albums

List of extended plays
TitleAlbum details
Damo Suzuki Live at the Windmill Brixton with 'Sound Carriers' black midi
(with Damo Suzuki)
  • Released: 28 September 2018
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: CD
Black Midi Live in the USA
  • Released: 21 March 2020
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: Download
  • Featuring: Fat Tony


"Crow's Perch"N/A
"Talking Heads"[36]
"What Christmas Means to Me / Jingle Bell Rock"
"John L / Despair"2021Cavalcade
"Slow (Loud)"
"Chondromalacia Patella"


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