“Yourself”, the new release from Mildlife

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Listen to it and let yourself fall in love with a fascinating sound.

The psychedelic jazz group, Mildlife, has announced the details of his new single “Yourself”the latest preview of his next and long-awaited album titled Choruswhich will be released on March 1 under Heavenly Recordings.

“Yourself” It embodies both the advances and the creative limits that the Australian quartet has had when constructing their third LP. We hear a jam soulful vocal that leads us to reflect on self-acceptance and the joy found in shared purpose. Positioning itself among the band’s most inspiring songs, because in the words of the keyboardist Kevin McDowell:

‘Yourself’ It is emotionally very positive, uplifting and bright; Above all, the chorus has that uplifting ascension in the chords. “I remember sitting down to listen to it and feeling like we were all happy.”

So the creation of the song led them to take brighter sounds that provided a different freshness, an issue that they seek to convey in Chorus.

On his new album Mildlife It links microcosmic personal meaning with a macro vision from above. Chorus It is the harmonious union and festive symbiosis. And it’s the band’s definitive statement of their almost mystical unity, their unified theory of groove. Listen to him on his new single!


1. “Forever”
2. “Yourself”
3. “Sunrise”
4. “Music”
5. “Chorus”
6. “Future Life”
7. “Return to Centaurus”


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