Canadian trio MILQ takes us back to the young days of naïve romance in their latest single “Summer Again,” an adrenaline-fueling piece that bounces you with nostalgia as they transport us back to a happier, idyllic time. Drenched with glimmering riffs, “Summer Again” has an upbeat melancholia to it where the trio walk us down to the lane of past relationships. Stream below:
“When new love hasn’t been working out for so long, we tend to revert back to past relationships and feel like we let the right person get away. Our new song, ‘Summer Again,’ romanticizes past experiences of young love,” shared MILQ.
“Summer Again” is from their upcoming debut EP tired., which will be out on June 26th.
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