Band Milo Gore release emotionally fitting video for ‘Green Eyes’

UK based indie-alternative band Milo Gore has shared the music video for their latest single, ‘Green Eyes’. Their self-released single premiered via CLOUT Magazine and has been lifted from their upcoming album – How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living? which will be available on 20 August. ‘Green Eyes’ has a noteworthy team behind it with 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). Milo Gore have had airplay, interviews and Live Sessions for BBC Introducing, with BBC Radio Devon and BBC Radio Cornwall. On Youtube, Milo Gore have been featured on College Radio as well as had a Live Session with Routenote. As a result, the band currently sits at over 300 000 plays across streaming platforms. The music video for ‘Green Eyes’ takes the viewer on a journey of two lovers, predominately depicted via dance. With small scenes appearing, portraying important moment such as the first meeting, we are given an idea of the tone of the relationship between the two. Written and directed by Joshua Collins and Ellie Ripley, the video ends on a somewhat bittersweet tone of reminiscence as the man returns to the bar in which they originally met, coming full circle. Performed by Grace Collett and Robi Schein Bogdanov as the main characters, scenes of the band performing appear to break up the narrative – allowing for a breathe to be taken between intense moments. 

Speaking of the music video, Milo Gore tells us, “The ‘Green Eyes’ music video is about the rise and fall of Milo’s past relationship. The video depicts the story of how he and his girlfriend first met, and consequently, how they drifted apart. The two should have never ended up together – they both had issues with their mental health, issues that were clearly going unchecked. Perhaps that’s what initially brought them together? However, it was sadly the thing that also tore them apart.”

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