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Musician Milo Gore has released moving music video

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UK based indie-alternative artist and songwriter Milo Gore has shared his official music video for his single ‘Noise Gone Dancing’ which received an official music video via the official Far Out magazine. The single will feature on his long-anticipated album How Do You Cope While Greiving For The Living? (20 August 2020). 

Milo Gore talks about the music video development, “This song is all about personal grief; about the visible struggle, and the different mood swings, that someone goes through post-relationship. With the ‘Noise Gone Dancing’ music video, my team and I were fascinated by ‘The 5 Stages Of Grief’, and we decided that we wanted to try and capture something surrounding this topic within this piece of work. We wanted to somehow incorporate each one of the emotions that one goes through when experiencing significant loss; whether that be someone or something. I’ve always been fascinated by my mood swings and how fast my mood can change, and I wanted to try and give that a visual representation for my listeners. Mental health is an important topic, it needs to be discussed further, and I feel the only way forward with this is through honest and open conversation and visualisation. The aftermath of a failed relationship is always hard to deal with. One must encounter the five stages of grief in order to grow. The pursuit of ‘happiness’ continues.

Milo Gore has openly admitted to his current struggle with mental health and drug addiction . The ‘Noise Gone Dancing’ video sees Milo display a sense of frustration, confusion, anger in his performance and finally embraces accountability to better himself as he allows himself to absorb the warmth of the sunlight metaphorically and literally. 

How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living? Tracklist:

1. Noise Gone Dancing 

2. Green Eyes

3. Jade


5. A Collaboration Of Our Grief – feat RMC

6. Jerry Can


8. I Hear You

9. Homegrown

10. Eyeliner

11. Complete Peace

12.The Endless War

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