UK Artist of the Week: Milburn

There seems to be something in the air at the moment. Maybe it’s to do with the current struggles that are facing all corners of the world, but musicians seem to be giving everything they can to give something back. This certainly is the case for Northern indie-rockers Milburn who, as a result of overwhelming popular demand, have just played a 12,000 capacity show in their hometown of Sheffield with support from Reverend & the Makers and Cabbage. After ten years, these guys are back and better than ever, which is why they’re our Artist of The Week.

In addition to their most recent live show and selling out four huge anniversary shows, Milburn have also released a new single “Take Me Home.” The track feels refreshingly modern despite its noughties indie sound, falling somewhere between The Strokes (that guitar solo), We Are Scientists, and Blossoms.

For a band who have unfortunately been living in Arctic Monkeys’ shadow for the past decade, this comeback single means business—and clearly their fans are behind them all the way. Milburn will also be releasing their third studio album soon with a little bit of help from The Coral’s Bill Ryder-Jones, no less.

“Take Me Home” is in stores now via Red Essential.

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