The second offering by Midway Still. Much of the same from the Kent trio. Not quite as good as the debut, it was produced by Leatherface’s Frankie Stubbs. It shows the band becoming more mature. With softer interludes in the album. It should of been a massive hit, it sounded very American and it was firmly nodding towards grunge. This would not be the case, it kept Midway Still at the indie fringes.
They disbanded shortly after, while working on their third long player.