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    • Cold Blue Rain (Acoustic Version)
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Milky Chance releases their sophmore album Blossom on 3/17. The first single Cocoon, inspired by trying to find a period of reflection on the runaway success of their first album has already reached Top 25 at Alternative Radio. Time describes the song as Somewhere between the folksy rock of Vampire Weekend and the haunting electropop of Beach House, adding that it s, low-key alt-rock that appeals to indie listeners and mainstream pop fans. Indie Shuffle writes, They have wonderfully upbeat songs and can also put on a pretty solid live performance, and Indie Obsessive claims, The band s sound combines deep, organic warmth instrumental arrangements and it also brings forth a palpable sense of returning to a place of serenity. Milky Chance embarks on a string of international & US tour dates kicking off in London on February 13th. It will be their first tour with new music since the release of Sadnecessary three years ago; the album that brought us the multiplatinum global hit Stolen Dance.

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