HOT MILK

ANNOUNCE DEBUT EP 'ARE YOU FEELING ALIVE?' 3RD MAY 2019

SUMMER FESTIVALS INCLUDING DOWNLOAD AND READING & LEEDS.  - TOURING WITH FOO FIGHTERS

Emo power-pop band Hot Milk have today announced their debut EP 'Are You Feeling Alive?' The self-released EP is due out 3rd May. 


'Are You Feeling Alive?' Tracklisting
Wide Awake
Take Your Jacket
Are You Feeling Alive?
Awful Ever After

"We are super stoked to share with you our second single Take Your Jacket." says Hot Milk.  "This is the first song we ever wrote together so for us is very special, but now we give it to you. Remember, you can tell someone to GTFO your life but with a smile."

The single is the second one to be taken from the debut EP 

They have also announced a series of Summer festivals and supporting shows with Deaf Havana, Papa Roach and legends, the Foo Fighters.

You can see Hot Milk at the following dates:

Supporting Deaf Havana
15th March Great Hall Cardiff
16th March Pyramids Portsmouth
17th March o2 Academy Bristol
19th March Rock City Nottingham
20th March The Welly Hull
21st March SWG3 Glasgow
22nd March Unit 51 Aberdeen
24th March Empire Middlesbrough
25th March Albert Hall Manchester
27th March Leadmill Sheffield
28th March o2 Academy Birmingham
30th March Limelight 2 Belfast
31st March Green Room Dublin

Supporting Papa Roach
17th April Kentish Town Forum

Festival dates

9th May The Great Escape, Brighton

15th June- Download Festival, Donnington

Supporting Foo Fighters
17th August Glasgow Summer Sessions, Glasgow
19th August Vital Festival, Belfast
21st August RDS Arena, Dublin

23rd August Leeds Festival
25th August Reading Festival

The band previously released single 'Awful Ever After,'
as well as supporting You Me At Six in Europe and supporting Enter Shikari at their Brits Week War Child Show in London. 

Hot Milk is Jim Shaw, Han Mee, Tom Paton, Harry Deller 

HOT MILK

ANNOUNCED AS SUPPORT FOR ENTER SHIKARI WAR CHILD BRITS SHOW  

 

 Manchesters newest Emo power-pop band Hot Milk have been announced as support to Enter Shikari at their War Child Brits Week Show at The Dome, Tufnell Park, London on the 13th February. 

The band, who have just finished supporting You Me At Six in Europe, recently released their debut single 'Awful Ever After' 

 

Their debut single 'Awful Ever After'.  The track, which debuted on the Radio 1 Rock show last night as the Rockest Record, "personifies struggle" says Han Mee, one of the bands duel vocalists.  She continues,  "It's a resistance to the rabbit hole that is sadness and all the habits that come with it. In the end, the song is a self-proclaiming statement that you can do better and life does not have to be Awful Ever After."


Singing sad songs with happy melodies that will get under your skin & into your heart, Hot Milk are hitting the road with You Me At Six in Europe.

Stay tuned for more music & tour news in the coming weeks.

Hot Milk is Jim Shaw, Han Mee, Tom Paton, Harry Deller 

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