Milo Greene in 2013
|Origin||Los Angeles, California|
|Past members||Andrew Heringer|
Milo Greene is a self-described cinematic indie pop band that formed in Los Angeles, California. Milo Greene is a quartet, with three lead singers. Band members Robbie Arnett, Graham Fink, and Marlana Sheetz share lead and backing vocal duties, often switching instruments during performances with Curtis Marrero on percussion.
The band described their sound to Lauren Moraski of CBS News by explaining, "'Originally when we started this band we wanted to create music that we could potentially see being placed in movies and TV,' said singer/multi-instrumentalist Sheetz."
Milo Greene is the name of a fictitious booking agent, a persona created by the band to help them get gigs in the early days of playing shows. The band decided to keep the name of their fictitious booking agent for the group.
On September 30, 2014, Milo Greene announced that their second album, Control would be released on January 27, 2015. The band described the new album's tone as a departure from the more folk-based sounds of their previous work, and instead more upbeat and percussive.
Adult Contemporary (2018)
The band released third album titled Adult Contemporary on September 7, 2018. The lead single "Move" was released in May.
Media and appearances
On October 6, 2012, Milo Greene released a short film entitled Moddison. Written by the band and directed by Chad Huff, the film consists of a series of individual music videos for every song on their debut album "Milo Greene" that, when played in album order, make up the film. It was filmed across a span of five days at a cabin on Shaver Lake in California.
Live TV appearances
- July 25, 2012: Late Show with David Letterman
- September 6, 2012: Conan
- October 10, 2012: Last Call with Carson Daly
- November 27, 2012: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
- May 21, 2013: Last Call with Carson Daly
- January 28, 2015 Conan
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- Robbie Arnett – vocals, various instruments
- Marlana Sheetz – vocals, various instruments
- Graham Fink – vocals, various instruments
- Curtis Marrero – percussion
- Andrew Heringer – vocals, generals guitar
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