Milly: Denial

Exploiting more of their good aesthetics and their direction towards the stylistic and musical whims of the indie rock nineties, LA shoegaze rockers, Milly, come back with a new single and music video.

Denial exposes the band's mellower side which apparently can be quite gentle and convincing, and it becomes another piece unveiled off their next EP, Wish Goes On, expected out April 9th, 2021 via Dangerbird Records.

"Denial is about the idea of being fixated on something but knowing deep down it's gone," says the band's songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Brendan Dyer. "I was living in NY at the time I wrote it and was going back and forth between there and Connecticut. I was really trying to capture the feeling of being alone and why it was hard for me to digest how that felt. My hometown spots feeling different after leaving, people moving on with their lives, etc."

The accompanying video is a collaboration between director/animator, Mark Cheche, and videographer, Justice Ott, and it matches the music's nostalgic nineties-like poise in all respects.

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