Milk Maid - Dead Wrong Out Today on 7’’ and Digital

“Full of distortion drenched vocals and slacker guitar lines ‘Yucca’ is a brilliantly messy thing.” 8/10 NME
 
“Pop songs twisted with an anger and unpredictability” ****Artrocker
 
“Pure pop primitivism” ***Q
 
Milk Maid have released the second offering from their highly regarded debut album, 'Yucca', today. 'Dead Wrong' is the excellent second single, which is available to buy from our web store.
 
With his band Nine Black Alps on indefinite hiatus, bassist Martin Cohen found he had time on his hands, recording at home Milk Maid’s debut album ‘Yucca’. The result is an album that might have come out on Creation Records in their 80’s heyday, recalling indie stalwarts like Comet Gain and marrying timeless pop hooks to the raw spontaneity of home recording, and sweet, sun-drenched pop hooks pitched against viscerally dark lyrics.
 
On new single ‘Dead Wrong’ (Suffering Jukebox/ FatCat, September 19) Cohen sings ‘You’re killing yourself to cut your arms off, you’re stabbing yourself in the gut’ and manages to make it sound like a lost Buddy Holly tune - albeit with the production values of a Sic Alps track! 
 
An intense live act, Milk Maid is currently touring extensively in support of this single and the album. Catch the band at the below veunes...
 
Headline Tour
19th Sept - Cardiff - Undertone
20th Sept - Brighton - Green Dore Store
21st Sept - Bristol - The Lousiana
22nd Sept - London - Old Blue Last
23rd Sept - Peterborough - Met Lounge
24th Sept - Manchester - Kraak Gallery
 
Supporting Mazes
3 Oct - Nation Of Shopkeepers, Leeds
4 Oct - The Kings Arms, Manchester
5 Oct - Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh
6 Oct - Captains Rest, Glasgow
7 Oct - Dog & Parrot, Newcatsle
8 Oct - Library, Lancaster
9 Oct - Spanky Van Dykes, Nottingham
10 Oct - The Harley, Sheffield
11 Oct - Jericho, Oxford
12 Oct - The Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
13 Oct - Lexington, London
14 Oct - The Hope, Brighton
 
Click here to go to the band's facebook page. 
2 years ago

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