Discussing their latest EP offering, vocalist/drummer Charlie Glover Wright says, “‘Make It Alone’ is about growing up I suppose. Coming into your own and feeling comfortable in your own skin. In a very simplified way it’s about looking back at being a teen but also in an even broader sense it’s about not feeling great and then finding some hope and optimism. It’s the funkiest we’ve ever been and that is totally fine by us. Whenever you feel compelled to start singing the ooo’s let yourself do it and you’ll feel better than you felt before.”
Have a listen below.
See Weird Milk live at the following dates:
23 - Hit The North Festival, Newcastle
17 - Gullivers, Manchester
18 - Oporto, Leeds
19 - Poetry Club, Glasgow
20 - Surf Cafe, Newcastle
22 - Bodega, Nottingham
23 - Louisiana, Bristol
24 - Green Door Store, Brighton
25 - Omeara, London
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