“Melbourne band Mylk have been steadily making a name for themselves since their formation in 2017, and their latest offering ‘Snooze’ is a dreamy cementing of the fact that they’re not a band to ignore.”
Since forming in late 2017, Mylk have released four singles – with all of them achieving positions within the coveted triple j Unearthed charts. Today they’re back with their latest offering ‘Snooze’ which was produced by Colin Wynne of Thirty Mill Studios.
Commenting on ‘Snooze’, the four piece says “This song is simply about continually pressing the snooze button on your alarm in the morning. We’ve all been there.”
‘Snooze’ sees Mylk broaden their sonic horizons with a melodic bass line that carries the song effortlessly, merging seamlessly with lead singer Nathaniel’s subtle and emotive vocals. The song echoes the style of classic bands such as The Cure, Pixies and Go-Betweens.
The buzz around this young band began after they started playing gigs around Melbourne and selling out shows in Canberra. In their shows, they delve into all spectrums of the alt-rock genre, from acoustic folk rock to punk, with all of their music focussing on having fun and letting listeners rest their mind.
Mylk are at heart, a fun- loving bunch of friends who kill your braincells, two at a time.
Praise for Mylk:
Not My Fault single “A chilled-out, breezy number that evokes recollections of Mac DeMarco’s effortless style, ‘Not My Fault’ is one of those tunes that you can’t help but fall in love with, as its infectious style and delivery prompt you to hit that repeat button like there’s no tomorrow.” TONE DEAF
Paired with strumming guitar and catchy vocals, this light-hearted larrikin-esque-ness is an unstoppable combo that keeps their music both fun and hyper-accessible, cornering a strong market with a captivating sound and a just as captivating image. PILERATS
With frontman Nathaniel Peacock’s incredibly rich and soulful voice front and centre, ‘Snooze’ is an anthem for those of us (ie. all of us) who refuse to accept the reality of our alarms going off. MUSIC FEEDS
Not My Fault single “A stomping, rollicking good time.”
Declan Byrne, triple j
I Want You single “The singer really lets loose with a full on howl towards the end of this track. It’ll surprise you given the song’s hitherto moody textures.
Dave Ruby Howe, triple j
Single: ‘Snooze’ is out now through Ditto Music.