For immediate releaseMontreal, April 24, 2019

Milk & Bone share a video for Peaches, the second single off their upcoming EP DIVE, to be released in May

Last month, Milk & Bone announced a new EP called DIVE and shared Ride or Die as a first glimpse of the new project. Today, the duo is back with the second single Peaches and presents a new video directed by Soleil Denault. Peaches blends the analog synths of producer Alex Lustig and Milk & Bone’s dreamy vocals and gives a thumping retrowave track with a smooth pop finish. The song is all about teenage nostalgia, and takes us back to that innocent time in our lives when we couldn’t wait to grow up. It’s about young love and feeling misunderstood, and wanting to feel it all at once.

Once again, Milk & Bone trusted director Soleil Denault with this video, and once again she delivered. The visuals perfectly render the spirit of the song. Don't look back, I want to live it all, the girls sing together, as we see them partying and dancing and running around Montreal.

Watch and share the video for Peaches via YouTube.
The song is available now on all music services.

To follow-up their JUNO award-winning album Deception Bay, Milk & Bone turned to Belgian producer Alex Lustig. Together, they explore new soundscapes and deftly channel 80's nostalgia. DIVE is coming out May 24th, via Bonsound.

Milk & Bone will continue touring this spring all through summer. Tour dates are listed below and on milknbone.com.

Tour dates
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
25/05/19 Hamilton, QC // Art Gallery of Hamilton
15/06/19 Ottawa, ON // Staples Bank Street Mainstage (Glowfair Festival)
11/07/19 Cowansville, QC // Soif de Musique, Scène principale
03/08/19 Lac-Mégantic, QC // Chapelle du rang 1
22/08/19 Drummondville, QC // Scène Hydro-Québec (Festival de la Poutine)
19/10/19 Saint-Bruno, QC // Centre Marcel-Dulude