Spilt Milk Society are a 5-piece band from the Midlands making indie/rock music. Starting out at house parties and building up an online presence of over 16,00 monthly listeners and half a million total streams, they have been described by the likes of Fred Perry Subculture as one of Birmingham’s brightest future bands. The Spilly Milk boys have done live sessions for Pirate Studios, BBC Introducing WM and BBC Introducing Shropshire. Indie Shuffle described us as “mesmerising” and Alternative Tracks said that “with their genuinely funky them that’s utterly infectious, and their winning blend of indie-pop, guitar-rock and catchy, danceable grooves, Spilt Milk Society are definitely a band to listen out for in 2017." Past shows include sold out headline performances at the O2 Institute Blue Room, the Sunflower Lounge and the Rainbow Courtyard. As well as appearing at The Great Escape Festival 2017, hand picked by Steve Lamaq to play on the BBC introducing Stage, they have supported the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club’s newest musical endeavour ‘Toothless’, ‘Trudy and the Romance’, ‘The Blinders’ and ‘Ivory Wave’.
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