Premiere: Listen to Underwater, the absorbing, delicate new single from Indigo Milk

Premiere: Listen to Underwater, the absorbing, delicate new single from Indigo Milk

The Melbourne-via-Italy duo are onto something special.

Indigo Milk are a duo who used to play a post-rock band in their homeland of Italy, before departing and forming their own electronic outfit, and so far the results have been pretty great. With their first single, Mourning, and now their second single Underwater, they've displayed a penchant for introspective, meditative electronica that is utterly absorbing.

"Underwater is a mood. Everyone of us, somehow, lived an underwater period in the past. When something bad happened to you and everything is confused and you are too weak to try to understand why and maybe it’s too early to do that. When you need to stay alone and you know that to get better to have to stay sick for a while. That’s why you stay underwater, when it seems like that no one can understand how much you are suffering and you are just waiting for the period to pass."

It's beautiful stuff, and we're stoked to showcase it for you below:

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