Click on the link here for Audio Player – Milky Chance – in concert at Melt! 2014 – July 23, 2014 – WDR
Together since 2012, Milky Chance, a Folk/Pop/Electronica due from Kassel Germany, have one album out so far (Sadnecessary), which has garnered a lot of attention throughout Europe. They also have a couple of eps out as well as a string of singles. All doing well. All boding well for a continued success for this engaging and inventive band.
Their set runs just a little (one minute) over an hour – and if you aren’t familiar with Milky Chance, you get to hear the whole thing right here – right now.
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