Dream pop is an odd little term.
After all, everyone's dreams are different. For Milo Greene, though, this seems to be somewhat appropriate: the Los Angeles band have a widescreen, cinematic atmosphere which feels like your sub-conscious mind being projected onto a screen in front of you.
Appropriately, the video for new track 'What's The Matter' is a typically beautiful affair. Opening with lush guitar chords and those epic, searing vocals the clip matches the music to sun dappling its way through an American forest. Switching to night in the city, day opens with a solitary car driving along a desolate road.
Ending with the words 'Milo Greene' typed onto a piece of paper, it's a mysterious yet engrossing piece of footage you'll want to watch over and over again.
Check it out now.
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Milo Greene are set to release their self-titled debut album on January 21st through Fierce Panda, before second single ‘1957’ follows on February 18th.
Oh, just one more thing... the video for 'What's The Matter' is part of a film named 'Moddison' shot by the band to accompany their new album.
Watch out for sections of 'Moddison' going online over the coming weeks.