Pop-rock newcomers Hot Milk are already setting a name for themselves. Along with bagging their first shows supporting You Me At Six in Europe, they’ve now dropped their debut single, ‘Awful Ever After’.
The band are composed of vocalist/guitarist Jim Shaw (ex-Bentley Park), vocalist/guitarist Hannah Mee, bassist Tom Paton, and drummer Harry Deller.
Speaking on the song, Mee had this to say about it.
“It’s a resistance to the rabbit hole that is sadness and all the habits that come with it. In the end, the song is a self-proclaiming statement that you can do better, and life does not have to be ‘Awful Ever After’.”
Following the single’s premiere last night on Daniel P. Carter‘s show on BBC Radio 1, the band have unveiled a video to accompany it which you can check out below.
More details surrounding further material and tour plans are expected to be confirmed in the coming weeks.
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