M1LDL1FE Releases New Song “Can't Seem To Get Anything”
- Singaporean alt-pop band M1LDL1FE has released the second single of 2020 called “Can't Seem To Get Anything”.
Originally written before the pandemic, the song was finished remotely with Melbourne-based producer Yeo during lockdown. The track is reminiscent of Tears for Fears.
Frontman Paddy Ong said of the song in a press release, “The song is a manifestation of some of the low points we have had in our personal lives over the past couple of years - personal losses, relationship issues, mental health struggles, in addition to the stresses of the daily grind. We're only human and sometimes it just feels like your mind is all seized up when it gets too much; you get paralysed with everything that's going on and you just can't do anything and can't get out of your own head. That's how the lines for the chorus/refrain came about. The song acts as a sort of cry for help, an acceptance that something doesn't feel right. Music is a very powerful healing agent, and this was a way for us to express these things we were feeling.”
M1LDL1FE formerly known as Take Two have come a long way from the university covers group that debuted in 2012.
The band consists of David Siow (bass), Jeryl Yeo (drums), Tan Peng Sing (guitar), and Paddy Ong (vocal).
The band released self-titled EP in 2017.
- source : NME