"Milburn" are an indie band from Sheffield, England .
Milburn started out at 14 playing small gigs in front of friends, practising at Greeny's (drummer Joe Green's) house. In 2002 they sold out the The Boardwalk twice and played at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, The Garage in London and Leadmill in Sheffield, while supporting Tony Wright's band Laika Dog and Cosmic Rough Riders.
The band's profile was raised immensely by several gigs with friends and contemporaries Arctic Monkeys, including a support slot with the Arctics at the time their 'I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor' single reached number one in the UK charts. NME also took interest, including them under the banner of New Yorkshire.
After releasing two limited singles, 'Lipstick Lickin' and 'Showroom', on their own label Free Construction, Milburn signed to Mercury Records in 2006. Their debut single for the label, 'Send In the Boys', reached "#22" in the UK charts in April 2006, and at the time of writing the band are working on their debut album, "Well Well Well", released on 24 September 2006 on Mercury Records. Also in April 2006, they were interviewed by Simon Amstell from T4's Popworld and revealed t...
|music genre||Indie rock|
|current members|| Joe Carnall- vocals, bass guitar|
Louis Carnall- vocals/rhythm guitar
Tom Rowley- guitar (rhythm and lead)
Joe "Greeny" Green