GRAMMY NOMINATED DUO THE MILK CARTON KIDS DEBUT NEW SINGLE “WHEN YOU’RE GONE”

GRAMMY NOMINATED DUO THE MILK CARTON KIDS DEBUT NEW SINGLE “WHEN YOU’RE GONE”

FIRST NEW ALBUM IN FOUR YEARS DUE SPRING, 2023

December 2, 2022—Grammy nominated duo The Milk Carton Kids are premiering their newest single “When You’re Gone” which hails from the band’s forthcoming record, due in early 2023 (additional details to come shortly). Listen to the track HERE and share it via YouTube HERE.

The song follows “Running on Sweet Smile,” the first single from the upcoming album, which is the band’s first new music since their acclaimed 2019 album The Only Ones.

Founded in 2011, The Milk Carton Kids swiftly emerged as a major force in the American folk tradition, blending ethereal harmonies and intricate musicianship with a uniquely powerful brand of contemporary songcraft. 2013’s ANTI-debut The Ash & Clay proved their national breakthrough, earning The Milk Carton Kids their first Grammy Award nomination for Best Folk Album. A second Grammy nomination for Best American Roots Performance followed in 2015 for the track “The City of Our Lady” from band’s acclaimed third studio album, Monterey, and 2018’s All The Things That I Did And All The Things That I Didn’t Do was nominated for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.

The band’s most recent album, 2019’s The Only Ones (out now via Far Cry Records in partnership with Thirty Tigers), was the subject of extensive praise, with Rolling Stone proclaiming that “Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan get back to the beautiful basics with The Only Ones,” while NPR’s “World Café” noted that “even though Joey and Kenneth are not related, their voices together create a sibling-like harmony…the duo has a strong sense of respect and reverence for the musical traditions that they’ve grown from.”

“Tastefully arranged, high-spec country-folk introspection”—MOJO
“The band’s core ingredients—not to mention a gift for warm, intricate songcraft— render The Milk Carton Kids’ records practically irresistible.”—NPR Music

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