Midwxst announced the release of "Better Luck Next Time." and released the music video for "I Know You Hate Me"
Midwxst announced the release of a new LP, "Better Luck Next Time." to be released March 16. The eight-song album will include the recently released single "Riddle" and the new track "I Know You Hate Me," the video for which, was co-directed by Parkeroy Cory.
The highlight of the music video for "I Know You Hate Me" is highlights lights to the rhythm of the bass. As for Riddle, midwxst said:
"Riddle." - This is my most personal song I've ever written. I made it in Los Angeles, in the old Wetan house. The house overlooks downtown Los Angeles, and the whole world around it seems immense. The song itself is about how I deal with the mistakes and problems that happen on a daily basis, as well as my luck in relationships. Sometimes I just feel like I'm in the middle, where I can't do anything but wonder at everything I've ever done wrong.
The announcement of the "Better Luck Next Time." record and singles followed an eventful 2021 for midwxst, during which, the artist released "SUMMER03" and "BACK IN ACTION," where in a Pitchfork review notedthat "he sounds more confident than ever. Following these releases, midwxst released "BACK IN ACTION 2.0.," in which the artist collaborated with aldn, lb66, Ravenna Golden, and Lonely God.
Recently midwxst conducted A 13-day tour of the United States with Glaive that began Feb. 4 in Los Angeles, with concerts in Denver, Dallas, Atlanta and New York, ending Feb. 26 in Chicago.