UK southern soul group The Milk traces the seeds of their third and latest album back to their recording sessions with producer Paul Butler (Andrew Bird, Michael Kiwanuka, Nick Waterhouse) almost five years ago, blending elements of soul, funk and rock together to create their own unique sound, inspired by some of their favorite artists such as Bill Withers, Traffic and the Isley Brothers. During the formative stages of the new album The Milk started pursuing a Nichiren Buddhist practice. The values and principles they discovered during this have informed every aspect of the record. "Cages" is equal parts the dark black shadow of how far we've fallen and the blazing sunlight whose rays of hope can still change the world.
UK southern soul group The Milk traces the seeds of their third and latest album back to their recording sessions with producer Paul Butler (Andrew Bird, Michael Kiwanuka, Nick Waterhouse) almost five years ago, blending elements of soul, funk and rock together to create their own unique sound, inspired by some of their favorite artists such as Bill Withers, Traffic and the Isley Brothers. During the formative stages of the new album The Milk started pursuing a Nichiren Buddhist practice. The values and principles they discovered during this have informed every aspect of the record. "Cages" is equal parts the dark black shadow of how far we've fallen and the blazing sunlight whose rays of hope can still change the world.
5052442015994

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Format: Vinyl
Label: WAH WAH 45S
Rel. Date: 08/14/2020
UPC: 5052442015994

Cages
Artist: Milk
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 22.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Broken Sky
2. Colours
3. Wild Chained Man
4. Feels So Good
5. Knock Me Out For Ten
6. Never Come Down
7. Time Don't Cost Enough
8. Sunlight
9. You Make Me Love 1
10. The Great Sorrow 1
11. Cages

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UK southern soul group The Milk traces the seeds of their third and latest album back to their recording sessions with producer Paul Butler (Andrew Bird, Michael Kiwanuka, Nick Waterhouse) almost five years ago, blending elements of soul, funk and rock together to create their own unique sound, inspired by some of their favorite artists such as Bill Withers, Traffic and the Isley Brothers. During the formative stages of the new album The Milk started pursuing a Nichiren Buddhist practice. The values and principles they discovered during this have informed every aspect of the record. "Cages" is equal parts the dark black shadow of how far we've fallen and the blazing sunlight whose rays of hope can still change the world.