Following the release of their summer single “Daydream”, Milk & Bone now return with “Deception Bay”, the title track of their sophomore album due out February 2nd, 2018 via Bonsound.
Deception Bay is a moody, intoxicating song for the heartbroken. “You never said why you went away / We’ll meet again in Deception Bay / You promised you would be here to stay / We’ll meet again in Deception Bay“, sing Milk & Bone. “Deception Bay” is that place where you send all your failed relationships and it’s about that love you convinced yourself would work.
Milk & Bone released their new single Daydream this summer and today release their new video for the song.
When asked about the song by W Magazine, the Montreal synth duo – Laurence Lafond Beaulne and Camille Poliquin – answered quite simply:
“I feel like a lot of the time, feminine feelings, or the way women feel,” Poliquin began, “We’re made to feel uncomfortable about them. We wanted to just dive into it.” Lafond-Beaulne chimed in: “And own them.”
The song delves into waves of comforting ambience and meticulous, textured synths. The video is a pink LA dreamscape, surreal and inspired which was directed and designed by Jérémie Saindon and Soleil Denault.
Montreal electro-pop duo Milk & Bone (Laurence Lafond-Beaulne and Camille Poliquin) craft ethereal soundscapes topped with sweet vocals, showcased in a world of black and white for their music video for “New York”. These gals were one of my favourite performances last week at M for Montreal, and with their debut album set for release in early 2015 they are definitely an act to watch.