Lifting The Veil – An Interview With Midday Veil

Midday Veil 1Midday Veil are one of the few bands around today that really capture the pioneering spirit of the psychedelic scene that emerged in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Rather than relying on tired cliches and tacky drug references, they continually push the boundaries of their sound with an emphasis on experimentalism and ritualism over simply slapping stranger guitar effects over the top of every song. Sean M. Palfrey caught up with Midday Veil frontwoman Emily Pothast to talk about band’s new album, musical rituals and cake orgies, yes cake orgies. Continue reading

Midday Veil – The Current

Midday-Veil-The-Current-598x598Despite psychedelic being a by word for “recorded in a haze of suspicious-smelling smoke” these days, there are still a number of bands who embrace the experimental ideals pioneered by the likes of The Beatles and Pink Floyd. USA’s Midday Veil would be one such band. Continue reading