Premiere: Totally Mild share their adventures on the road in Take Today clip

Premiere: Totally Mild share their adventures on the road in Take Today clip

Catch the band in action on an album tour around the country this May/June.

Header photo by Mia Mala McDonald.

Earlier this year, we warmly welcomed the arrival Totally Mild's second album Her, which saw the Melbourne four-piece continue to highlight their lush and luxurious indie sound that shines with the emotive vocals of frontwoman Eilzabeth Mitchell. One album stand-out, Take Today, showcases this perfectly, bringing this warm, almost nostalgic-like air that has been cemented and amplified with a gorgeous video for the single - out today. Compiled by Liz from footage recorded over the past two and a half years, the video for Take Today is a bit of a love letter to the band and their time in Australia and abroad - the highlights, the lowlights, and everything in between. It's a special video that really makes you feel like a member of the band, something which Liz agrees with as she explains the video's themes. "This video is a special treat, a Totally Mild retrospective," she says on the video. "The good, the bad and the hysterical. It’s behind the scenes footage from past tours and from the recording of Her, featuring the romances and breakdowns that happened in the background of those times."

The group will be touring the album over the next few months on a special album tour. Check out the full tour deets below, and grab the album HERE.

Tour Dates:

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