Weird Milk release their debut single, the tempo-shifting 60s-vibing ‘This Close’
Weird Milk ~ This Close
“harmony-laden number and love-song-of-sorts” DORK
Weird Milk release their 60s-vibing, tempo-shifting single ‘This Close’, out with B-side ‘You’ as a physical release on March 24th via Ra-Ra Rok Records, and available to stream digitally from February 17th.
It’s the debut single from the West Londoners, and it’s a compelling introduction to their sound. A bright verse and sultry chorus nod towards a combination of Alex Turner at his most romantic and arch New wave, all sprinkled with creamy 60s beat harmonies.
Linking up for their first release with Camden based label Ra-Ra Rok, who have been integral in documenting the vital, burgeoning South London indie scene (Shame, HMLTD, Goat Girl et al.), Weird Milk are a melodic relief to these scuzzy, noisy, sounds and politically intense times.