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Milky Chance return with the help of Tash Sultana, and the results are simply put; special. Pop on their collaborative efforts, Daydreaming, which you’ll immediately see manages to border feeling both worldly and otherworldly
It’s rare that on a day you hear a new Milky Chance song that you’ll hear anything else as fresh sounding. This track is one of their most introspective offerings yet. The band explain "It’s not just a daydream, it’s more like a vision of how things could be, and where you could go. It’s about those mechanisms that starts working when you don’t know how to deal with reality.“
Their collaboration with Tash Sultana evolved after they met at an Australian festival. They got together shortly after in the studio to create Daydreaming. Tash’s debut record, Flow State, has seen the artist win host of tastemaker credibility from media from across the globe from Rolling Stone, Triple J to the Guardian.
Milky Chance comprises of German duo Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch. There’s few accomplishments that the band haven’t already achieved with their first two albums, Sadnecessary and Blossom. Things really started for the band with their first hit, Stolen Dance, which went on to become a global phenomenon garnering support from the likes of BBC Radio 1 who playlisted the song for 6 weeks with the track peaking at no.1 on Shazam. On their second record, hits like Cocoon and Doing Good saw them play 241 shows in 41 countries.
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3. Daydreaming (feat. Tash Sultana)
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