Tipped as one of SoulCulture’s 13 for 13 big artists for this year, Rainy Milo is going from strength to strength as she teases fans with new material in the run up to her new EP release, Black And Blonde. Her latest video accompanies the cover song “Bankrobber,” originally recorded for fun, but since the huge reaction to it Milo has listened to her fans and treated them to the visuals for it.
The song, originally released by 70s Punk/Rock band The Clash, tells the story of a bankrobber who coincidentally is her dad in the song, whose actions she defends. Getting into the spirit of the lyrics, Milo is seen in a bank vault surrounded by money and gold coins, alongside being seen brought to justice as she poses for a mugshot and is put behind bars.
Speaking on the song, the young singer explains,“I wanted to try cutting that record with a Rainy Milo twist and when I did it for fun everyone reacted so strongly I decided to put it on the record and make a video for it”.
Look out for the Black and Blonde EP which is set to drop via Milo’s own label Limey on April 22nd, and check out the video below.