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Milk & Bone

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  • Music
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PHI Centre Espace 1
315 Saint-Paul St West
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2A3

Doors: 7 pm
Show: 8 pm

Price in advance: $27.59
Price at the door: $34.79

Taxes and fees not included

The Milk & Bone concert is now sold out. 

The electro-pop duo present songs off their third album Chrysalism.

Opening act: Anna Sofia

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Milk & Bone’s third album is built on enthralling vocal harmonies, synth-led music and melodic guitar riffs. On Chrysalism, the pair explores topics such as love, longing and heartbreak from a more mature perspective, no longer choosing to see themselves as victims of circumstances but rather as actors in the storyline of their love lives. 

Composed and recorded with the help of Micah Jasper (ELIO, Rebecca Black, Slayyyter), a Los Angeles-based producer who shares the duo’s pop sensibilities and references, Chrysalism is a poignant reflection of what it feels like to grow older and come into your own.

About Milk & Bone

Behind the entrancing vocal harmonies and heartbreaking lyrics of the electro-pop duo Milk & Bone hides the vibrant inner world of musicians Laurence Lafond-Beaulne and Camille Poliquin (KROY). With their critically acclaimed releases Little Mourning (2015), Deception Bay (2018) and DIVE (2019), the duo has accumulated over 75 millions streams and toured across Canada, Europe and the United States. Beyond their record releases as Milk & Bone, the pair has crafted music for two Cirque du Soleil shows and several feature films, including Podz’ King Dave which earned them a nomination at the 2017 Canadian Screen Awards. Over the years, Milk & Bone has won a Juno Award for Electronic Album of the Year (2019), been longlisted twice for the Polaris Prize (2015 and 2018) and been nominated for Breakthrough Group of the Year at the 2016 Junos. After a much-needed, pandemic-induced break, the duo is now ready to unveil Chrysalism, their third album, on October 28th, 2022.

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18-year-old alternative pop marvel Anna Sofia grew up on a healthy dose of powerful rock ballads, Lana Del Rey breakup melodies, and artists who push creative boundaries like Kraftwerk, Rosalía, Madonna, Queen, Kanye West, and Elton John. It was this limitless individuality that destined Anna to become the genre-bending creative force she is today. Anna’s latest work effortlessly bridges the underground and the mainstream while traversing through the living Gen Z experience of being on the cusp of adulthood while facing an uncertain future.

2020 saw Anna release her breakout EPs, Self Aware Bitch and Broken Perfection, which have amassed millions of views across streaming platforms, with the title track “Self Aware Bitch” finding its way into the Netflix Original Series Ginny & Georgia which went #1 in the US, Canada & UK.

Anna’s 2022 saw the release of her third EP LET ME OUT I’M FREE! with the standout track “Cruel World” currently charting at Canadian Alternative Radio in the Top 40. Anna’s 2022 performance highlights include shows in Los Angeles for the Schoolnight Showcase, New York supporting Ruby Waters, and Toronto supporting various artists including Noga Erez, 347Aidan and Ashnikko. Anna plans to release multiple small projects throughout 2023 as we enter into the next phase of Anna Sofia.

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