milk. have shared their latest alt-pop hit, ‘You&I’

Their newest track is about long-distance relationships.

milk. have shared their new single, ‘You&I’.

The follow-up to ‘I Hate The Way You’re Looking At Me (Lately)’, which arrived in November, as well as their debut EP ‘1’, it’s the latest in a long line of smooth alt-pop hits for the group.

“We wanted to write a song about long-distance relationships – relationships without sex,” they explain. “‘You&I’ felt like the most human way to approach the subject, while the instrumental is “sexy” the lyrics are very honest and almost pathetic at times.”

The foursome – Mark McKenna, Conor Gorman, Conor King and Morgan Wilson – also have a tour ‘in the diary’, with dates booked across the UK and Ireland this winter – including a night at London’s Camden Assembly on 10th December.

Check it out below.

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