On February 2nd, Milk & Bone released their sophomore effort, Deception Bay, via Bonsound. Offering a dreamlike, hazy, soft electro-pop soundscape, the album debuted at #2 in Quebec, hit #2 on iTunes Canada and sat at the top spot on Earshot’s National Top 50 for two weeks in a row. The album is available in stores and on all digital platforms.
Today, the Montreal-based band unveils a video for Nevermore, directed by Christine Grosjean and Marie-Soleil Denault. On the single, Camille Poliquin and Laurence Lafond-Beaulne free themselves from toxic relationships, singing: Nevermore / You won’t catch me crying / On the kitchen floor / I won’t play along. The video stars the duo and features quadrascopic images, amplifying this feeling of liberation.
Milk & Bone’s North American tour kicks off in Toronto this Thursday, March 1st, and includes dates in Ottawa (sold-out!), Quebec City (sold-out!) and many US cities (Brooklyn, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, etc.). The duo will present their new concert in Montreal on April 5th to a sold-out Théâtre Corona, before flying off to Europe for 11 shows in 6 different countries. Tour dates are listed below and on milknbone.com.