“Have you been to the shops lately? Have you seen all the people in line? This track asks many questions that all come from confusion and frustration of what has become the norm in our society. This song is born out of feeling like an outsider, questioning why we do anything in life. Touching on consumerism, as well as our education system and living in a materialistic world.”


Bristol-based alt-rock-quartet alternative milks are about to make your non-dairy dreams come true. Imagine you’re having an existential crisis and you’re kind of enjoying it. You cry, you dance, you’re angry but dammit you’re okay with it.

From what started as DIY bedroom demos from frontman Mike Jordan, the sound has now developed and grown into what it is today, still maintaining the same lo-fi quality. Jangly ratty guitar, melancholic lyrics and a beat that just won’t quit; they’re sure to satisfy your sonic receivers.

Although a fairly new outfit, alternative milks have already been featured on BBC Introducing with their track ‘Too Much To’ along with having played two headline shows at The Louisiana, Bristol and gracing the stage at Exchange, quickly making their way onto the Bristol circuit.

Sound best when wearing socks and sandals.

alternative milks’ latest embodiment of work titled ‘All the Tracks So Far’ EP brings together their first set of demos preceding their intention of more releases to come in 2021.