Words by Tom Tozer | Header Image by Josh Collins

The third lift from Milo Gore’s upcoming album ‘How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living?’ is in the form of ‘Eyeliner’. Following the success of the past two lifted singles, which gained premieres in Clash Magazine and aired on the BBC Introducing Devon & Cornwall, ‘Eyeliner’ is yet another golden egg in their basket.

The bouncy drumbeat, pleasing lead guitar and a tasty, reliable riff is the perfect sidekick to a heroic vocal. ‘Eyeliner’ exhibits the ever-present struggle that the writer has with mental health. The song, heartedly, spearheads the knowledge that no matter how dark days can be, there will always be lighter days that follow. “L.I.F.E. – living in fear every day”.

‘How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living?’ has been bolstered by an incredible team behind the scenes, names such as Producer Pete Prokopiw (Mumford & Sons, Florence & The Machine), Mixing Engineer Andy Savours (Sigur Ros, The Horrors, Arctic Monkeys) and Mastering Engineer Guy Davie (Jamie T, The Streets, King Krule). It’s looking good for Milo Gore and their fans. 

Listen\watch ‘Eyeliner’ here: