The Milk quench musical thirst at Freedom Festival
THEY'VE become pals with Ed Sheeran after opening Ibiza Rocks and they had crowds stomping along at V Festival.
Life couldn't be better for soul rock band The Milk, who have just released their new album – Tales From The Thames Delta.
The lads will head to Hull for the second time this year for the city's Freedom Festival.
They will play the Pier Stage on Saturday.
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Bassist Luke Ayling said the Essex boys are looking forward to playing for Yorkshire fans once again.
"This year has been crazy so far and it was such fun playing Ibiza Rocks," he said.
"I have a lot of respect for Ed Sheeran, he's a great guy.
"Where I have the lads to bounce off on stage, he's out there on his own."
The Milk have been playing their new tracks live throughout the summer and say they are pleased with the reaction.
Luke, 28, said: "The set at Freedom Festival will be different to when we played at Fruit a few months ago.
"We like to mix it up a bit and we had a great time in Hull and had a nice stroll around the marina."
He said they have heard plenty about the upcoming Freedom Festival and Fruit helped to get them involved.
"We've also met Martha Reeves, who is performing at the event – she's a soul legend," Luke said.
"During a gig at the Jazz Café in London she grabbed us and pulled us on stage out of the crowd.
"It would be great to meet her properly this time and have a chat with her."
The Milk will perform from 8.40pm on Saturday.
Their new album is out now. Visit www. thisisthemilk.com to order a copy.