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GREATEST HITS FAVOURITE GREATEST HITS ALBUMS

Volume 2 is out now!


Earlier this month, east coast band Greatest Hits unveiled their sophomore EP, Volume 2. To celebrate the release, the trio have shared with MILKY their all-time favourite greatest hits compilation albums!


Across five tracks, the band continue their exploration of 70’s influenced grooves, with production from Shags Chamberlain (Mac Demarco, Weyes Blood, Drugdealer). Opening with the dazzling Spicy, he groove-laden track navigates shunning the fear of being judged, instead choosing to cut loose and live your best life - a conceptual thread that runs throughout the EP. On Nuclear Love, bassist Henry Chatham steps up to the mic giving a simmering vocal performance above dreamy production whilst the sonf explores breaking free from preconceived ideas of what life should be and paving your own way. The relatable nature of the tracks are effortlessly introspective, creating relatable conversations atop nostalgic sonics.


To celebrate the release of Volume Two, Greatest Hits will wrap up their Queensland mini tour in Maroochydore on December 31, before joining Stumps on their I've Had Enough Tour this January.



1 - THE BEATLES

I don’t know if my Dad had any other CD’s in the car, but it sure felt like this was the only one! And that was ok by me (Ryan).



THE HITS / THE B-SIDES - PRINCE

This was my first Prince album, and still my go-to when I don’t know what to put on! It starts off with all of his hits, but by the end you’re into some really weird stuff. Seems smooth at first, but this is a terrible album for a first date (Henry).



NUMBER ONES - MICHAEL JACKSON

This is as close as it gets to the soundtrack of my childhood! I wanted to be Michael Jackson when I grew up, and still do. (Chelsea)



CARRY ON UP THE CHARTS - THE BEAUTIFUL SOUTH

This is another one from our parent’s car. I used to hate this album (and most things my mum played), but now that I’m living away from the UK, this brings back so many good memories. Paul Heaton’s storytelling is so fantastically British. (Henry)



GREATEST HITS - FLEETWOOD MAC

I have such strong memories of working a dumb office job in Leeds, England, watching the drizzle out the window, and listening to this on repeat. (Ryan).



Volume 2 is out now!