Elektra recording group Milo Greene has unveiled details for their much-anticipated fall tour supporting English indie-rock band Bombay Bicycle Club. The cross-country trek will kick off on October 1 at Soma in San Diego, CA and include stops at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles (October 3), the Warfield in San Francisco (October 5), Terminal 5 in New York City (October 22), and more – see below for the full schedule. Get tickets here.
Milo Greene is currently working on their second full-length album with acclaimed producer Jesse Shatkin, known for his studio work with Foster The People, Twin Shadow, The Shins, and more. Shatkin also co-wrote and co-produced Sia’s new single “Chandelier,” whose official music video has already amassed nearly 16 million views online. Milo Greene’s forthcoming, as-yet-untitled collection is the follow up to the band’s self-titled debut album, which entered Billboard’s Heatseekers chart at #1.
Milo Greene’s atmospheric, indie-pop sound and mesmerizing live performances has earned the band high profile slots at festivals such as Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and Outside Lands as well as supporting roles on tours with like-minded artists like The Civil Wars, Cold War Kids, and The Walkmen. Co-produced by the band and Ryan Hadlock, their 2012 debut album “MILO GREENE” received a raft of critical acclaim including The Associated Press who praised it as “a tapestry of richly reverbed guitar, inventive drum work and something sorely missing amid today’s morass of arrange-by-numbers rock music – a beautifully delivered concept.” Nylon hailed Milo Greene as the “feel-good band of the summer” while Consequence of Sound noted, “there’s no real front-person, not even a lead singer, and it works to an impressive advantage.