TORONTO - Pop-synth duo Milk & Bone released their sophomore album, Deception Bay on February 2, 2018 via Montreal imprint Bonsound. Yesterday, they unveiled the video for Nevermore, directed by Christine Grosjean and Marie-Soleil Denault. On the catchy single, Camille Poliquin and Laurence Lafond-Beaulne free themselves from toxic relationships, singing: You won’t catch me crying / On the kitchen floor / I won’t play along. The video stars the duo and features hypnotic quadrascopic images.
Little Mourning, their 2015 debut record, was long listed for Canada's prestigious Polaris Music Prize and explored all the facets of love and relationships. While love is a central theme on Deception Bay, they are now in control. From innocent crushes to impossible love, they exude confidence and inner strength. Produced with Gabriel Gagnon, and mixed by Gagnon and Howie Beck (Feist, Charlotte Day Wilson, River Tiber), this new collection features numerous collaborations with musicians and producers, including Grammy award-winning pianist Chilly Gonzales, 2018 Electronic JUNO Award-nominee CRi, Max-Antoine Gendron and Jonathan Dauphinais.
Offering a dreamlike, hazy, soft electro-pop soundscape, Deception Bay debuted at #2 in their home province of Quebec and hit #2 on iTunes Canada nationally and sat at the top spot on Earshot’s National Top 50 campus radio charts for two consecutive weeks. The album is available in stores and on all digital platforms.
Milk & Bone’s North American tour kicks off in Toronto this Thursday, March 1st at the Mod Club