Today, Atlantic Records singer/songwriter and artist fueled by social change, MILCK has released an empowering new studio recording of her anthem “Quiet.” The new version, which was inspired by the song’s impact on survivors around the globe since its initial release in January, is available now at all DSPs.
In a touching letter to her fans, MILCK writes, “In light of the Harvey Weinstein scandals sparking a massive movement of women and survivors speaking out against sexual assault, I find myself in awe and moved to my core. I have teamed up with Atlantic Records to create a hopeful, new version that incorporates survivors singing with me. I’ve seen this song help survivors speak out after the Women’s March, and I believe that the new version has the power to encourage and empower all those thinking of coming forward at this time. It’s my gesture of support and encouragement to all the survivors rising. It’s my musical #METOO.”
Today’s release of “Quiet,” the unofficial anthem of January’s historic Women’s March On Washington, is joined by the eagerly awaited announcement of MILCK’s label debut EP, “This Is Not The End,” which will arrive January 19th, 2018. On Monday, November 6th, MILCK will perform “Quiet” and more at an intimate private showcase at New York City’s Rockwood Music Hall. Later this month, MILCK will join Ani DiFranco on a string of support dates beginning on November 15th in Phoenix, AZ and culminating on November 19th in New Orleans, LA. For more information, please visit www.milckmusic.com.
Earlier this week, MILCK released a breathtaking new rendition of “Ooh Child,” The Five Stairsteps’ soul classic notably performed by such iconic artists as Nina Simone, David Ruffin, and Dusty Springfield. Listen to “Ooh Child” HERE and watch MILCK’s powerful performance video HERE. MILCK recorded the emotional new version for the short film “Love Over Bias,” the newest installment of Worldwide Olympic Partner Procter & Gamble’s “Thank You, Mom” campaign, which is directed by the award-winning Alma Har’el, who suggested MILCK for the musical component of the campaign after capturing her performance of “Quiet” at the Women’s March in DC; the clip that went viral and has now been seen by millions.