For immediate releaseMontreal, March 26, 2019

A year after the release of JUNO award-winning Deception Bay, Milk & Bone returns with the song Ride or Die, off their upcoming retrowave EP (due out in 2019). The EP’s first single was co-produced with Alex Lustig and is the first official collaboration between the Montreal duo and the Belgian producer. Backed by Lustig, Milk & Bone explores new soundscapes. They channel 80’s nostalgia using sharp synths and pumping bass, and sing lyrics that are both heartbreaking and empowering.

Stream and share Ride or Die via YouTube.
The song is available now on all music services.

It's the first time Milk & Bone shares new material since they dropped their second album Deception Bay, released February 2018 via Bonsound. That collection of 14 electro-pop songs landed on the Polaris prize long list and earned the duo their second nomination at the ADISQ gala. Following in the footsteps of Little Mourning (2015), Deception Bay explores all facets of love and relationships. While emotions ran high on their debut album, here they present themselves in a new light.

Prior to the holidays, Milk & Bone released the song Trust. Originally written for the movie King Dave, the song quickly became a fan favorite. Last summer, the duo released a rework of their song BBBLUE, called Summertime Sadness Edit with a stunning visual by Soleil Denault.

Milk & Bone will resume touring this spring, with multiple shows scheduled all over Quebec. Tour dates are listed below and on

Tour dates
09/04/19 Amqui, QC // Salle Jean-Cossette
10/04/19 Gaspé, QC // Salle de spectacle de Gaspé
11/04/19 Carleton-sur-Mer, QC // Studio Hydro-Québec du Quai des arts
12/04/19 Rimouski, QC // Cabaret Espace Scène, Salle Desjardins Telus
19/04/19 Terrebonne, QC // Théâtre du Vieux Terrebonne, Salle du Moulinet
20/04/19 Lac-Brome, QC // Théâtre Lac-Brome
24/04/19 Longueuil, QC // Théâtre de la Ville, Salle Jean-Louis-Millette
26/04/19 Saint-Irénée, QC // Salle de concert du Domaine Forget
27/04/19 Baie-Comeau, QC // Centre des arts de Baie-Comeau
28/04/19 Sept-Îles, QC // Salle de spectacle Jean-Marc Dion
11/07/19 Cowansville, QC // Soif de Musique, Scène principale