'The King And Queen of Gasoline' are back with another one.
Hot Milk have shared another track from their upcoming new EP, and once again shown that you can never tie them down to one thing.
'Teenage Runaways' is the name, and it's a song built on youthful abandon and fiery freedom.
And musically, it jumps between glitching electronics, crushing riffs and pristine pop choruses.
It's big, brash and bold, and perfectly embodies the mayhem of the band wonderfully.
Han Mee had this to say about it:
"We’ve been running from the norm our whole bloody lives. Being in a band 'n living the way we want never went down well with our families and we got so much stick for even daring to want more from life. this song is about the fact we ran away n never bloody stopped."
And here it is:
'The King And Queen Of Gasoline' is set for release on August 05 via Music For Nations.
It will also feature 'Bad Influence', which sounds like this:
We chatted to the band all about it when the EP was announced, which you can catch up with below: