The Miltones are preparing to release their second single, Glory, on May 5th, 2017.
‘Glory’ is an anthem.
Not a Cohen 80 verse epic nor the much loved Jeff Buckley version of the uplifting Hallelujah. Or the rousing “Glory Glory Hallelujah” of The Battle of the Hymn Republic or of Elvis’ Dixieland.
The Miltones, Glory, is a raw plea for a way out of grief.
The rhythmic punching of the drums sounds like a fist on a wooden church pew as a young woman devastated by the loss of her beloved father desperately searches for an avenue to come to terms with her loss.
“Where will I lay, lay my burdens down?”
Recorded in the magical Sitting Rooms of accomplished Lyttleton producer Ben Edwards (Nadia Reid, Tami Nielson, Aldous Harding, Marlon Williams) the organ and fuzz guitar swirl to support the intensity of Tabak’s pleas.
Powerful, Hypnotic and Authentic. And Badass.
Album announcement details to follow soon.
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