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LIVE 2017

millions upcoming live shows

 
 
 
 

25th August | London Dublin Castle

JUNE 17TH | THE JOY FESTIVAL | KENT

JUNE 7TH | LONDON | NAMBUCCA (E.P Launch. Support from Half Loon and Mono Club)

JUNE 1st | LONDON | THE OLD BLUE LAST (early showcase spot. supporting Tear)

MAY 27TH | THE HOPE FESTIVAL | BIGGIN HILL

MAY 18th | BRISTOL | STAGE & HOUNDS (supporting Dune Rats)

MAY 17th | LONDON | DINGWALLS (supporting Dune Rats)

MAY 16th | BRIGHTON | THE HAUNT (supporting Dune Rats)




 

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THE BAND

Millions are Dom Haddad on vocals, Campbell Smith on bass, Ted Tilbrook on Guitar and Louis Tilbrook behind the kit.

Millions shine out from the crowd, more melodic than the garage punks, more psychedelic than the Hoxton hipsters, more vital than the shoe gazing throng;

Millions paid their gigging dues on the sweltering Australian circuit and have sprung onto the UK scene as fresh, tight and compelling newcomers. Formed in Brisbane, Australia, the four-piece are a unique garage rock outfit that specialise on strong song-writing as well as charismatic performances; two of the group are SONS of South London's finest Glenn Tilbrook, singer/song writer of Squeeze. 

Having achieved success in Australia, heavy radio play on Triple J, heavy touring, and digital releases on a 'big' record label, the group decided to re-locate to London England, after the label pushed them towards a 'boy band' direction, rather than their beloved garage rock roots. Well Suspect Records offered the group a record deal after seeing one gig in a pub in Greenwich

With influences including Led Zeppelin, Pavement and early Tyrannosaurus Rex, Millions are making their U.K debut on Well Suspect Records with four tracks on a vinyl seven inch E.P; due for release 9th June 2017.

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THE NEW E.P.

LUCKY 

Since relocating to London, the Australian garage-rock four-piece, Millions, have supported Squeeze at The Albert Hall, The Dune Rats at The Moth and Dingwalls, plus headlining their own record launch show at Nambucca, with support from Mono Club and Half Loon; plus festival sets at Glastonbury, the Joy and Hope festival.

The band made their U.K debut on Well Suspect Records with four tracks on a vinyl seven inch E.P; released in June 2017 called 'Let It Go'. The follow up is another four track psychedelic rock offering, featuring the live favourite, Those Girls, re-recorded with extra growl, plus an instant 'grat track', 'Lock And key' to go live on 11th August.

The E.P cover features an exclusive artwork by south London artist Gaurab Thakali, a piece
that resonates with Millions; the band's hometown is Brisbane, known as 'Bris-Vegas' … to those who feel 'Lucky'.

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august 25th 2017

DIGITAL


 
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THE UK DEBUT E.P.

LET IT GO 

The U.K debut with a limited edition, seven inch vinyl, four track E.P.

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June 9th 2017


 
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