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Milk & Bone are destined for big things!
Since releasing their album Little Mourning the Montreal duo Camille Poliquin and Laurence Lafond-Beaulne have gone from backing musicians for rappers Loud Lary Ajust to performing at festivals such as Osheaga in 2015.
We’ve been captivated by Milk & Bone ever since we first heard “New York,” a piano-driven beauty packed with haunting vocal harmonies and head-clearing electronics. The Montreal duo’s debut full-length – Little Mourning, is a stunning set of similarly spare pop songs that will entrance fans of The xx and Purity Ring. Songs such as ‘Coconut Water” and “Pressure” are definite highlights. On the hypnotic “Watch,” Poliquin and Lafond-Beaulne braid their voices together to devastating effect.
Toronto-based performer Deebs, who has collaborated with Milk & Bone in the past, will be opening for Milk & Bone starting at 9.30PM.
“We wanted something cold,” says Poliquin. “We love to start a song slowly, and there comes a point where everything is let loose and we drop the bass. We like to end a song in an epic way.”
Milk & Bone will be performing in Toronto at the Gladstone Hotel on Saturday May 30th. Doors open at 8PM.
Get your tickets here: https://milkandbone.eventbrite.ca
Listen to “Coconut Water” and “Pressure” below: