Bristolian four-piece Milo’s Planes prove that punk is still very much alive and kicking with two tracks taken from their new album Personal Development Plan.
Louder Than War are no strangers to Bristol’s Milo’s Planes, having covered much of the band’s previous releases in some description. It’s for that reason that Oliver // Inertia, and the album from which they were taken, are so exciting. Channeling the likes of WIRE and Fugazi, the track’s are delivered with a jagged freneticism that hits with all the force of a blunt object. And while punk is still a contentious subject in the eyes, and hearts, of many, Milo’s Planes have breathed new life in the genre’s tired lungs, building on the foundations of their earlier work a more matured, even nuanced set of tracks.
Louder Than War are pleased to be able to premiere the darkly psychedelic video(s) for Oliver // Inertia in full below:
You can catch Milo’s Planes on tour on the following dates:
27/05 Dot To Dot, Bristol – The Gryphon
08/06 London – Windmill Brixton
09/06 Margate – Tom Thumb Theatre
10/06 Brighton – The Hope & Ruin
14/06 Bristol – The Old England
Dave Beech is a music journalist based out of Manchester. He writes and edits for a number of different websites and links to his work can be found over at his blog, Life’s A Beech, as well as his Louder Than War Author Archive. He also tweets as @Dave__Beech.