The Workman's Club, Dublin: Saturday 14th December, 2019.
Tickets go on sale this Wednesday at 10am.
Tickets €13.50 Incl. booking fee.
Doors 8:00 | Over 18's | ID Required.
Dublin four-piece milk. announce headline Workman’s show
milk. are a four-piece pop band based in Dublin, their sound ranges from subdued modern R&B to pop rock, with influences such as The Japanese House, Daniel Caesar and The 1975.
Milk. are Mark McKenna, Conor Gorman, Morgan Wilson and Conor King, an alt-pop four piece from Dublin. You might recognise frontman Mark from Sing Street and the new YouTube series Wayne .
Their debut release Drama Queen was met with a positive reception, being dubbed "The ultimate feel-good track" by Nialler9. The single was also picked up by DORK magazine, as well as receiving radio play in LA from SiriusXM. Following the release of Drama Queen the band were invited to perform at IMRO's showcase stage during Music Cork.
The band released their second single Temperature in July, EARMILK noted "Temperature is an energizing and rousing effort. The song packs a more emotive punch than standard indie-pop offerings, occupying the kind of poignant intimacy that's entrenched in the realm of electro-pop meets R&B".The track was also added to Spotify's Fresh FInds playlist as well as receiving support from GoldenPlec, Nialler9 and Dansende Beren (Belgium).
The band have been focusing on writing and recording their debut EP, to be released early next year.
Milk. will play The Workman’s Club on Saturday 14th December with tickets from €13.50 on sale Wednesday September 11th at 10am