A medley of minds, a constant of kinship. The Band Milk emerged from a chance meeting in Los Angeles in 2016. Their raw sound has elements of a familiar past reminiscent of Rufus and Rufus Wainwright. The Band Milk released their self titled EP 'Milk.' on 4.25.19 and plan to release a full length this year.
Hailing from their own corners of the world, Los Angeles native singer-songwriter Mollie Jane started the band with Cardiff, Wales native bassist Kit Perkins, Connecticut born drummer Ian Hubbell after recording on Jane’s self-released EP, ‘3’. The Band Milk revolves collectively around melodies and the home of a song. While staying humble to a song and defying the rules of confining genres, the trio has the rare ability to waltz across the genre lines of indie-rock, indie-folk, R&B, contemporary jazz & soul.
In the fall of 2018, Milk was invited to record three of their songs at Capitol Records. Working tightly within the time offered to them, those three songs turned into six live songs, resulting in their debut self titled EP that they released in April of 2019. After using the pandemic years to realize their conceptual record, they plan to release their debut full length live-album this year. "Door To Knowhere" is a conceptual homage to grief and spirit and believing in love after deep loss.
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|The Band Milk The Whiskey A Go Go||The Whiskey A Go Go|
|What The Sound Presents:The Misters with Milk. Hotel Cafe, Los Angeles, CA||Hotel Cafe, Los Angeles, CA|
In October of 2022, the band played The Whiskey A Go Go with Gal Musette featuring conceptual visual projections by Michael Moon.