Dublin-based indie-pop pop quartet Milk. return with their second single “Temperature.” The track follows their 2019 debut single “Drama Queen” and showcases the band's genre-blending resonance that ranges between R&B, electronic, and pop.
“Temperature” takes distinct notes from artists like The 1975, Pale Waves, and LANY. Floating between the sonic waves of synth-laden melodies and incandescent vocals, “Temperature” is an energizing and rousing effort. The song packs a more emotive punch than standard indie-pop offerings, occupying the kind of poignant intimacy that’s entrenched in the realm of electro-pop meets R&B. “Temperature is about the changes felt between two people, whether in situations of love or lust. It's also about the unity that's felt between two people during sex," the band says.
Milk. is the artistic partnership of vocalist Mark McKenna, lead guitarist Conor Gorman, drummer Morgan Wilson, and bassist Conor King. The band produces all of their music independently with Adam Redmond of Flaked Studios.