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MILKY CHANCE release 2nd album ‘BLOSSOM’

The long-awaited follow-up to 2013’s Sadnecessary is finally here and ticks every single box there is.

“After touring for almost four years on the back of this album we really wanted to create something with “Blossom” that is still “Milky Chance”, keeps the mixture between melancholy, electronic and organic sounds but also captures our growth as musicians, songwriters and producers.” – Milky Chance

Milky Chance have once again made it seemingly impossible to improve on their unique signature sound. After the tease out of ‘Blossom’, ‘Ego’, ‘Doing Good’ and ‘Cocoon’, of which the latter has racked up over 8 million hits on Youtube and 42 million Spotify plays since November, Blossom is finally here. This is the band’s follow-up to runaway debut album Sadnecessary, which has received gold certification in the US.

Blossom is out now and available here.

Check out the visuals for track ‘Blossom’:


Running parallel to their album, the band have been slowly unveiling their innovative and inventive “Blossomentary”, in which fans have the ability to interact with Milky Chance in lots of different ways, including designing artwork, asking the band questions and taking a personalised quiz. Check it out at:  www.blossomentary.milkychance.net

Milky Chance are finishing off their intimate tour ‘Before Blossom’ (all European & US dates are sold out) before they head out on the ‘Blossom’ tour (Pre-sale starts March 20).

Dates for both are as follows –

March 17 – Le Poisson Rouge – New York, US

March 18 – Lee’s Palace – Toronto, Canada

April 26 – Powerstation – Auckland, New Zealand

May 2 – The Tivoli – Brisbane, Australia

May 3 – Enmore Theatre – Sydney, Australia

May 4 – Town Hall – Melbourne, Australia

May 10 – Metro City – Perth, Australia

May 31 – The Fillmore – Charlotte, USA

June 1 – The Ritz  – Raleigh, USA

June 5 – Diamond Ballroom  – Oklahoma City, USA

June 6 – Sunshine Theater  – Albuquerque, USA

June 7 – Belly Up – Aspen, USA

June 8 – Rockwell at the Complex – Salt Lake City, USA

August 8 – House of Blues – Cleveland, USA

August 10 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, CAN

August 11 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, CAN

September 22 – Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, USA

October 6 – The Fillmore – Denver, USA

October 10 – The Pageant – St Louis, USA

October 12 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, USA

October 13 – The Fillmore – Detroit, USA

October 17 – Egyptian Room – Indianapolis, USA

October 19 – Skyway Theater – Minneapolis, USA

October 21 – The Wilma – Missoula, USA

October 22 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, USA

October 23 – Showbox Sodo – Seattle, USA

October 24 – The Commodore – Vancouver, CAN

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