Boston’s Milk are getting ready to release their new album Horsetown Threshold on June 2nd via Midnight Werewolf Records (Kal Marks, Fórn, Pleasure Gap) and today they are sharing “Too High To Drive.” A portrait of a rock band living in New England, the band’s sophomore album is built on common emotions ranging from the most delicate to the devastatingly heavy. Horsetown Threshold is a reflection on the anxieties of everyday life, the little things that bring you down or pick you up for reasons you can’t quite wrap your head around… time passing, people changing, and the understanding that comes with it.

Rooted in distorted rock ‘n’ roll, fuzzy stoner-pop, and alt-country underpinnings, the sound of Horsetown Threshold is eclectic and without boundaries. From twangy lo-fi Americana to blistering slacker punk, Milk’s sound is raw, unpredictable, and shaky by design. Lead single “Too High To Drive” is the perfect encapsulation of this, a song that opens with a soothing finger picked melody and twangy resolve that gets periodically demolished with distortion without losing a step.

Pre-Order Horsetown Threshold here


Tour Dates:

5/19 – Portland, ME @Urban Farm
5/20 – Cape Cod, MA @ Grumpy’s Pub
5/21 – New York, NY @ Piano’s
5/22 – Montclair, NJ @ Cat Circus
5/23 – VA
5/24 – Washington, DC
5/25 – Asheville, NC @ Salem’s
5/26 – Philadelphia, PA
5/27 – Upstate NY
5/29 – Burlington, VT @ Nectar’s
5/30 – Worcester, MA @ Firehouse
5/31 – Milford, NH @ Union Coffee
6/01 – Providence, RI @ Parlor Room
6/02 – Boston, MA @ Great Scott (record release)
6/03 – Hadley, MA @ Asbestos Farm

Photo by Lauren Josephs

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