Milestones have just revealed their brand new video for Once Upon A Time, which is the third track to be taken from the band’s debut album Red Lights. The video sees the band perform in a Victorian theatre, which cuts into a narrative of a young boy battling stage fright. Frontman Matt Clarke has said of the track, Once Upon A Time is a song that was about a speech phobia I suffered from whilst growing up. It’s about how you can turn any fear or hurdle in life into a positive, and strive for greatness.
The Mancunian 4-piece are gearing up to play the Rock Sound Breakout stage at Slam Dunk Festival, this weekend. They will join bands such as Jimmy Eat World, State Champs, Taking Back Sunday and many more across 3 days at Slam Dunk Festival. It starts off in Leeds City Centre on Saturday, heads to Hatfield Park on Sunday before finishing up at Birmingham’s NEC on bank holiday Monday. Milestones will then be supporting pop/punk band Broadside on 3 dates. They will play Thousand Island in London on 29thMay, Night People in Manchester on 30thMay and The Garage Attic in Glasgow on 31stMay. The band recently headlined the Heavy Music Awards launch party in Manchester. They were joined by bands Loathe and Cold Years.The band also recently played Teddy Rocks Festival.
Earlier this year, the melodic pop/punk outfit released their debut album Red Lights into the world, via Fearless Records. The 11-track album was produced by Phil Gornell (Bring Me The Horizon, All Time Low and You Me At Six) and recorded at Steel City Studio. Red Lights showcases Matt Clarke’s emotionally-driven and gritty vocals, on this highly anticipated debut. You can buy Red Lights here.
Milestones are: Mark Threlfall, Matt Clarke, Drew Procter and Eden Leviston.
Catch Milestones live:
26.5.18 – Slam Dunk Festival, Leeds
27.5.18 – Slam Dunk Festival, Hatfield
28.5.18 – Slam Dunk Festival, Birmingham
29.5.18 – Thousand Island, London*
30.5.18 – Night People, Manchester*
31.5.18 – The Garage Attic, Glasgow*
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