Milk and Money

Album: Here We Stand (2008)
  • Jon Fratelli spoke to The Sunday Mail May 4, 2008 about this piano-driven album closer: "The biggest departure from the last album yet the one everyone is raving about on our website. I wrote it and thought it wasn't for us, even though I thought it was f--king good."
  • Jon Fratelli divulged in an interview with the Daily Mail that his bandmates had to convince him to put this on the album. He added: "If another group had done it, I'd have been jealous."


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