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Feels So Good

by The Milk

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Wah Wah 45s are proud to present "Feels So Good", the third single to be taken from southern soul boys The Milk's third album, "Cages".

If their debut, "Tales from the Thames Delta", was inspired by hedonism and "Favourite Worry" by introspection, "Cages" is an impassioned conversation with the world which seems even more relevant in the current crisis.

"Feels So Good" is about transition. Drawing on our individual and shared experiences of taking a step into the unknown, and being vindicated for having made the right choice.

As with all the tracks on the LP, it was recorded live. The intricate syncopated rhythms took a while to lock in, but once they did, the band knew the track would storm onto the album. They enjoyed exploring what role synths could play with this track too.

"Personally, when it gets to the outro with the haunting vocal, I don't want the song to stop. It could almost be the end of a euphoric Ibiza sunrise." Rick Nunn

Four life-long friends, Ricky Nunn (vocals), Mitch Ayling (drums) Luke Ayling (bass) and Dan Le Gresley (guitar)formed their first band when they were still at school in Essex, playing countless working men's clubs, and finally became The Milk.

Since signing to Wah Wah 45s, the band released their second album "Favourite Worry", which became one of BBC 6 Music's albums of the year, and "Cages"; sold out London's Union Chapel, KOKO and Hoxton Hall; toured with the Fun Lovin' Criminals and are currently eager to get back on the road in October with a rescheduled UK tour.


released May 15, 2020


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The Milk Wickford, UK

Four life-long friends who went from forming their first band in an Essex school to playing countless working mens’ clubs and finally becoming The Milk.

The Milk’s much anticipated Paul Butler (The Bees, Michael Kiwanuka) produced sophomore album will be released 2015,
examining their soulful roots.

Honest, classic song-writing heavily influenced by 70’s Isley Brothers, Bill Withers and more.
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