Tasmania’s MIDDLE PALMS return with ‘FINGERS’

by the partae

Photo by: Matt Sherlock


Off the back of their widely successful 2023 single ‘Talk Too Much’, vibrant 4-piece indie-pop-rock ensemble from Hobart, ‘Middle Palms’, today return with their latest single, ‘Fingers’. Inspired by the energy of Australian indie-rock music, ‘Fingers’ explores the difficulties of accepting a relationship with unreciprocated love. 

Having quickly amassed north of 40k streams on their recent single, the young band returned to the drawing board to get started on what is likely to be a sensational hit in ‘Fingers’. Drawing inspiration from artists like Spacey Jane, and Ocean Alley, Middle Palms have spent the last few years carving out their own unique sound and connecting with a growing fanbase.

Recorded entirely at their home studio in Hobart (with the exception of the drums), Middle Palms commissioned lead singer Sam’s sister, Erin Sherlock to mix ‘Fingers’, which would go on to be mastered by her friend Thomas Fernando. Musically, the hardship expressed through the lyrics is contrasted beautifully with warm textures and stunning melodies throughout the track resulting in an utterly engaging listening experience.

The metaphor of “fingers” depicts the mental state of the character as they move forward from the situation.” 



“Middle Palms’ sound is like baby Spacey Jane with their own original twist! <3 Sounding authentic and beautiful!”

Anika Luna – Triple J

“Mad Style!”

Lime Cordiale

Fingers is out now!

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