MILO GORE – ” Green Eyes “

Posted: May 27, 2020 in MUSIC
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With an amalgamation of genres, an intriguing mix of pop, punk and alternative rock, Milo Gore draws influence from a variety of artists such as The 1975, Bears Den and Idles. In turn, their own sound sits closer to the likes of The Strokes, The Hunna and Blossoms. “Green Eyes” A song about the rise and fall of a past relationship.

“The ‘Green Eyes’ music video is about the rise and fall of Milo’s past relationship. The video depicts the story of how he and his girlfriend first met, and consequently, how they drifted apart. The two should have never ended up together – they both had issues with their mental health, issues that were clearly going unchecked. Perhaps that’s what initially brought them together? However, it was sadly the thing that also tore them apart.”

“A video about self-discovery, that eventually ends with a smile, as Robi, the actor who plays Milo, ends up in the same place he had initially met his ex-girlfriend. The song, and the video, are both about learning to be content on your own again. Hindsight is a beautiful thing…”

Latest single, Green Eyes is an effervescent slab of indie rock that bounces along on a tide of exuberant guitars and anthemic vocals. It comes from upcoming album How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living?, which is out on the 20th August. The five-piece met while studying at Falmouth University in Cornwall, a quartet brought together by mutual interests and a shared sense of humour.

“Green Eyes” is the second single released from my up-coming debut album; ‘How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living?’, which is to be released 20.08.20.
Original song written by Milo Gore. Original track recorded by Pete Prokopiw,

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