Malted Milk unveils “Love for Yourself”

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Discover “Love for Yourself”, the new single from soul/folk group Malted Milk. To be found in their next album.

The French group Malted Milk this Friday, January 19, unveils a new song entitled “Love for Yourself”. A true cry from the heart, this title allows singer Arnaud Fradin to become the voice of millions of souls in search of love, peace and justice. Discover his music video, Directed by Julien Dubois, via the player below:

“Love for Yourself” is a new extract from 1975the next album from Malted Milk, whose release is announced on February 23. This title corresponds to the year of birth of the leader. Thus, he wrote an introspective album which, while focusing on his personal life, questions the human condition and the current state of the world.

This record was made in collaboration with Marco Cinelli, Italian guitarist and singer member of The Cinelli Brothers. He participated in the arrangements and assisted Arnaud Fradin in writing the texts.

Malted Milk will also be touring across France this year. More information on the group’s official website:

  • January 25: The Battery – Guyancourt (78)
  • January 26: L’Empreinte – Savigny Le Temple (77)
  • January 27: La Cave – Argenteuil (95)
  • February 2: La Belle Electrique Dynamita’s night – Grenoble (38)
  • March 15: South Pole Cultural Center – Chartres-De-Bretagne (35)
  • March 16: Le Sémaphore Cultural Center – Trébeurden (22)
  • March 23: Corner republican space – Poitiers (86)
  • March 28: Stéréolux – Nantes (44) – Release Party
  • May 31: Leather goods – Paris (75)
  • July 2: Cognac Blues Passion – Jarnac (16)
  • July 5: Les Estivales in Savoie – Chambery (73)
  • August 3: Jazz Up Sous les Oliviers – Opio (06)
  • December 3: Salle Jacques Brel – Montigny le brotonneux (78)

1975 is available for pre-order

Here is the tracklist and cover:

  1. Better now
  2. Love for yourself
  3. What a Night
  4. Set me free
  5. 1975
  6. A little bit of soul
  7. Don’t you make plans on a rainy day
  8. Do what you must
  9. Timeout
  10. Impossible
  11. I feel numb
  12. Superchild
  13. It’s alright
  14. Shouldn’t talk about it

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