Milo Greene's 2012 self-titled debut won the group plaudits for its inventive, cinematic pop. For its followup, however, the band's members decided to challenge themselves. They wanted a more lively, exciting sound as opposed to the dreamy, melancholy feel of the first LP.
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In the years that have passed since the recording and completion of Milo Greene, they agreed that their sound would inevitably go in a new direction. Though it may raise some eyebrows among long-time fans, Andrew Heringer says the change was a natural progression.More »