The Stolen, MILKK
531 North 12th St.
Philadelphia, PA, 19123
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM (event ends at 10:30 PM)
This event is all ages
The Stolen is an alternative rock band from Old Bridge, NJ consisting of Dom Cuce, Rob Chiarappa, Kevin Smart, and Mike Chiarappa. The band's nostalgic sound of late 80's new wave rock blended with modern indie pop is nothing less of intriguing. Since forming, the band has provided direct support for acts like Neon Trees and The All-American Rejects. In addition, The Stolen has made appearances at festivals like Vans Warped Tour, South By So What, and Skate and Surf. The quartet released there sophomore EP 'I'm So Dead' in 2016, which caught the attention of many including MTV, who claimed that the EP "is the perfect pop-alt soundtrack to take you into the summer season." In May of 2017, The Stolen put out their newest release titled 'Fragile Heart' which includes the groups most representative tracks to date including "Euphoric" and "West Coast". The band is currently embarking on a national tour in support of the new release of "Fragile Heart".
MILKK is the indie-pop brainchild of Nashville singer/songwriter Pat Kiloran, Minneapolis producer/musician Jack Vondrachek, and touring/session drummer John Ogelby.
After going public on social media at the beginning of April 2017, MILKK made an unexpectedly quick and remarkably large splash in the indie-pop scene, connecting almost instantly with a wide array of die-hard fans through the internet.
Throughout the second half of 2017, without even playing a show, MILKK consistently and rapidly grew their presence on social media, sold out several runs of online merch, and signed with Nashville-based label Good Time Records. MILKK played their buzzing debut show in Nashville, TN in April 2018.
MILKK's debut EP "Sad Girls" released on March 28th, 2018 to high praise from fans and press alike. Not ones to slow down, MILKK is preparing to release their follow-up EP "If You're Reading This, I Love You" in June 2018.
With the quirkiness, lackadaisically, and slamming hooks often found in pop music, yet still possessing something all their own, MILKK is bound to be every music fan's next obsession.
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