Remember your teenage years, that awkward phase where you were still coming into your own? Well you can relive those memories with Weird Milk’s new offering, “Make It Alone (Lonely Boy).” The alt-rock jam narrates learning to feel secure in your identity as they recall what it was like to be a teen. Earnestly singing, “I didn’t realize /I was a lonely boy,” listeners are instantly brought back to the isolation sometimes felt in your younger years. With warm vocals and danceable funk-fueled arrangements, it is easy to get hooked on this infectious tune.
The British group consists of Charlie Glover-Wright (drums, vocals), Alex Griffiths (guitar, vocals), Joe ‘Blue’ Moyle (Keys), Alex Guess (bass) and Emmett Cruddas (guitar). Influenced by bands like The Strokes, their punchy, upbeat sound has attracted them many fans. Band member Charlie Glover Wright reveals, “‘Make It Alone’ is about growing up I suppose. Coming into your own and feeling comfortable in your own skin. In a very simplified way it’s about looking back at being a teen but also in an even broader sense it’s about not feeling great and then finding some hope and optimism.”
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