added: 21 Oct 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
The Milk have announced plans for a new single from their acclaimed UK Top 20 charting debut album Tales From The Thames Delta, The band will release '(All I Wanted Was) Danger' on November 12 through Sign Of The Times / Sony.
This coincides with their biggest UK tour to date, which will include a headline show at London's Shepherds Bush Empire on November 29. The news follows an extensive period of activity across the summer, including a sell-out performance at London's Scala and a host of UK festivals (Isle of Wight, Ibiza Rocks, V Festival, Lounge on The Farm).
'(All I Wanted Was) Danger' was conceived during this period, and proved to be the turning point in The Milk'smusical and professional lives. Days were spent working a series of stop-gap jobs (builder, teacher in a special needs school, pharmaceutical salesman). Nights, however, were dedicated to channelling this frustration into new songs and sounds: all of which were - and often still are - written and recorded in their garden shed.
The first fruit of this overhaul was '(All I Wanted Was) Danger', which became as much a motto to live by as a killer tune (with two choruses). A thrilling burst of soulful pop, 'Danger' feels influenced by a love of The Style Council, the restless energy of 'Born To Run', and the call-and-response choruses of The Vandellas or The Ronettes. It is an immediate and immersive mix: classic, contemporary and expertly-crafted. While they've found the danger they were after, you sense The Milk are only just getting started.
UK Live Dates:
November 15 Brighton Coalition
November 16 Bristol Thekla
November 17 Sheffield Leadmill
November 18 Liverpool O2 Academy2
November 19 Manchester Club Academy
November 21 Glasgow Oran Mor
November 22 Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
November 23 Leeds Cockpit
November 25 Birmingham O2 Academy2
November 26 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
November 28 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
November 29 London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
November 30 Oxford Academy 2
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