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Milo Gore shares the heartfelt ‘Noise Gone Dancing’


Bristol-based artist Milo Gore has shared his heartfelt new single ‘Noise Gone Dancing’ which arrives as the latest taster from the promising talent’s upcoming debut record.

His record, How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living?, is due to be released through Red Van Records on August 20th and, if ‘Noise Gone Dancing’ is anything to go by, then Gore’s first full-length effort is set to be a true delight.

The new single was produced by Pete Prokopiw, a creative who has previously worked with the likes of Mumford & Sons and Florence & The Machine and helped Gore find the anthemic sound in ‘Noise Gone Dancing’ without losing the track’s intimate feel.

“‘Noise Gone Dancing’ is a song about two people who chose to love one another, rather than finding a love for themselves,” Gore said of the new track. “Leading on from my single ‘Green Eyes’, a song about learning to dance on your own again, this next single felt incredibly fitting.”

He continued: “There was so much untamed, unmanaged madness from us both, yet at the time, this erratic relationship was everything to me. Hindsight is such a beautifully cruel thing. The main thing I hope people take from this song is the importance of learning to accept yourself, before you look to love another. A line I learnt while in rehab… ‘A drowning man cannot save another man from drowning’.”

Gore’s new single also arrives as the latest episode of Far Out Magazine’s new Facebook series ‘Emerging Sounds’, a project which shines a light on some of the best new music that’s simmering under the radar right now. The song is also taking our Track of the Day slot.

The series so far has featured the likes of The Snuts and Jaws frontman Connor Schofield’s new electronic side-project MORE*FIRE.

Watch the lyric video, below.

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