What Will You Do (When The Money Goes)?
Milburn are back and set to embark on a string of headline tour dates in advance of their new single and album, due out on Mercury Records on September 17th and October 1st respectively. The extensive UK tour sees them headline the Astoria in London on September 27th.
The first single from the album entitled, 'What Will You Do (When The Money Goes)?', is an explosive statement of intent, a real anthem in the waiting.
As terrifyingly young as they are talented, the Sheffield four piece are ready for round two. In the time it takes Coldplay to choose a producer they have a follow-up to 2006's 'Well Well Well' ready to go.
The new album, 'These Are The Facts', takes things up a gear. It features new songs that add breadth to Milburn's depth, taking in a host of fresh sounds and widescreen production techniques. It is full of spiky guitars, heaps of melody, and a respectful nod to all things 60's. The keen of ear will be able to pick out a nod to The Animals here and a Johnny Cash vibe there.
Milburn are brothers Joe Carnall (Vocals/Bass), Louis Carnall (Guitar/Vocals), Tom Rowley (Lead Guitar) and Joe Green (Drums).
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