Pink Milk have shared their new single Here Comes The Pain, which is lifted from the album, ‘Ultraviolet’ (out October 22nd on Black Hair Records).
The heavily atmospheric new single, breathes new life into the idea of Scandinavian Pain. Laced with melancholy and heavily influenced by The Cure and the Cocteau Twins, Pink Milk combine their trademark 90s drums and gloomy lyrics on this latest release, carving out a sound that wouldn’t appear out of place at Sunnydale’s The Bronze. Listen to Here Comes The Pain via Spotify below.
More about Pink Milk
Hailing from the medieval castle-ringed island of Gotland in remote Sweden, Pink Milk are a swirling shoegaze duo known in their home country for their singular, dystopian and reverb-heavy sound. The duo, who most recently played Iceland Airwaves and the Reeperbahn Festival have previously been praised by Kerrang!, DIY, The Line of Best Fit, Clash, GAFFA, and BBC 6 Music. They were nominated in 2016 for a P3 Gold Sveriges Radio Award.
‘Ultraviolet’ track listing
1. A Screaming Skull Is Your Only Companion
2. Everything Must Die
3. Here Comes The Pain
4. Into The Void
5. Vill ha dig
7. Blue Eyes (River of Glass)
8. Nobody Can Save Me Now
9. Should Have Taken Acid
10. Main Title (Terminator 2 Theme)
11. Luv Hurtz