Milk For The Angry, singer/guitarist Dana Lindström, drummer Cole Bailey and bassist Kyle Stringer are focused and driven young men, creating a pile of songs that embody a feeling of 60’s surf rock mixed with spacey 80’s pop and flavored with a modern edge of hard-driving rock. The band self-funded their latest release, creating an album that is wholly theirs, with lyrical content that is poetic yet yearns for deeper meaning.
“The recording of this album was actually very cozy because we worked from the ground up with our good friend and musical merman Christopher Daddio (who also lended his keys and vocal chops to a few tracks) at his home studio," says Dana Lindström. "We had the comforts of a loving home and were getting the best results we have ever had so we couldn't ask for more. This will be our second full-length album and we're excited about the direction that we are going; still maintaining our heavier psyched-out roots but getting into some spacier, soft tunes as well. We all have backgrounds in heavier music and we all see eye to eye in wanting a sound that is heavy but doesn't come off as "tough guy" or "scary." We want to keep it fun and positive because that's what we're craving more of in life and it’s a direct correlation.“
"We want to tour with bands we love and see more of the world. Take breaks and work on a new record. Rinse and repeat until we've gone mad or can't stand each other,” says Lindström. "Making it" would be all that and not having to spend every last penny of our savings on recording and merch. It's an expensive habit!