Image credit: Lian Benoit
Montreal-based duo Milk & Bone unveils ‘Bigger Love,’ their first new song in three years. Written in Los Angeles during a session with producer Micah Jasper (ELIO, Rebecca Black, Slayyyter), ‘Bigger Love‘ is an electro-pop earworm that harkens back to the love stories of Little Mourning and Deception Bay, their first two albums. Backed by synths that echo DIVE, their collaborative EP with Alex Lustig released in 2019, this latest single embraces a new approach to the vocals and drums.
Bigger Love‘ is a slow-burn pop song with a building intensity that taps into the duo’s signature ethereal, bubbly sounds. The lyrics reference the helplessness and confusion at the end of a destructive relationship that used to feel safe. “When writing ‘Bigger Love’, we both had a sense of urgency,” explains Milk & Bone’s Laurence Lafond-Beaulne and Camille Poliquin. “There was a feeling of understanding between us where we were both channeling the same feeling from very different experiences.”
‘Bigger Love‘ is accompanied by a stellar music video directed by Derek Branscombe and Lian Benoit, Milk & Bone’s creative director and photographer, with the help of DAVAI’s production team. In the video, Milk & Bone take shelter in an elevator, a kind of metaphor for being trapped in a feeling while everything and everyone around you keeps moving.
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