by Danielle HolianThe Gothenburg

The Gothenburg Showgaze duo, Pink Milk, premiered their ‘Detroit’ music video on Clash.

Clash has described ‘Detroit’ as, ‘gorgeous, gossamer piece of music’.

“The song is written to a childhood friend. We were kids trying to be cool, smoking candy, blowing fake smoke in the air, dreaming about freedom,” they say about ‘Detroit’.

PINK MILK are guitarist, Edward, and drummer and singer, Maria, from Gothenburg, Sweden. They are influenced by 90s acts like The Jesus and Mary Chain, Cocteau Twins and Cranes. In addition to cult movies like True Romance and Twins Peaks. The duo casts a moody spell with their gloomy, glittering sound that calls their songs to be repeated.

Praise for PINK MILK:
(On Detroit) “Burrowed beneath the sheer incessant noise is an almighty, fucked up pop song,” DIY.

“A devilish congregation of swirling shoegaze guitars, beats that shake the foundation of time, howling, windswept drones, and vocals laced with barbed wire,” The Line Of Best Fit.

“A fluid, loose, almost drunken drawl that you can imagine playing in the background of one of those misty bar scenes in Twin Peaks,” Wonderland.

‘Detroit’ is out now via Woah Dad!