Latest offering from Weird Milk is a groove-rich retro indie number.
If there are two trends dominating modern indie, they are retro vibes and reggae or funk inspired grooves. And both trends appear in All Night, the latest offering from indie outfit Weird Milk.
The track is a calypso-tinged affirmation of the band’s penchant for invigorating vintage hooks and harmonies, all of which blend together seamlessly. The band’s vocal offering is particularly inviting. The two vocalists bounce off of each other perfectly, with the voices coming together in a perfect vocal harmony.
Beneath this, sharp guitar lines and jagged bass rhythms bounce off of one another on a percussion-enhanced drum groove. The final touch is a velvety organ filling the cracks, infusing All Night with even more of a retro feel.