26th November 2012 sees the release of ‘Your Neck Around Mine’ the 2nd single from Milk Maid’s sophomore album ‘Mostly No’. B side is an exclusive track called ‘C’mon Boy’, which was originally recorded for release on FatCat imprint Palmist Records.
‘Mostly No’, Milk Maid’s second album, follows hot on the heels of last year’s debut record ‘Yucca’ and finds front-man Martin Cohen cementing his reputation as a talented songwriter able to straddle the line between noise and pop whilst also expanding the sonic terrain the band covers. Adding swirls of Psychedelia to ‘Yucca’s’ crafted fuzz, the home-recorded ‘Mostly No’ explores a trans-Atlantic sound that at times simultaneously recalls the grand traditions of Manchester indie and Californian acid rock but which also sits alongside contemporaries such as Ty Segall, White Fence, and The War on Drugs.
Milk Maid are on tour in the UK in support of the single and album.
Nov 2nd – Hull University, Hull, UK W/ The Cribs
Nov 3rd – York barbican, York, UK W/ The Cribs
Nov 5th – Leamington Spa Assembly, Lemington Spa, UK W/ The Cribs
Nov 6th – Birmingham HMV Institute, Birmingham, UK W/ The Cribs
Nov 10th – The Harley, Sheffield, UK
Nov 16th - Blind Tiger Club, Brighton, UK
Nov 17th – The End Festival, London, UK
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