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milk. consider uncomfortable truths with their latest alt-pop tune, 'I Hate The Way You're Looking At Me (Lately)'

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Published: 12:36 pm, November 18, 2020
milk. consider uncomfortable truths with their latest alt-pop tune, 'I Hate The Way You're Looking At Me (Lately)'

milk. have shared their new single, 'I Hate The Way You're Looking At Me (Lately)'.

Out today (Wednesday, 18th November), it sees the Dublin four-piece further embrace their 1975-style alt-pop vibes following on from debut EP '1', which arrived back in June.

They explain: "Although Mark [McKenna] had some of the lyrics already written, the song was fleshed out the first time we were all allowed to be in a room together since the start of lockdown.

"We recorded it with our good friend Adam Redmond in Flaked Studios. The track details the complexity of relationships - the difficult conversations and uncomfortable truths."

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