This single follows their glacial take on Foreigner's power ballad "I Want To Know What Love Is".

Speaking about "Detroit", the band explain: ”The song is written to a childhood friend. We were kids trying to be cool, smoking candy, blowing fake smoke in the air, dreaming about freedom.”

Pink Milk's first original offering, recorded in a barn on the Swedish island of Gotland, is a devilish congregation of swirling shoegaze guitars, beats that shake the foundation of time, howling, windswept drones, and vocals laced with barbed wire. It's unfathomably dark in places, but Pink Milk have an innate knack for pop hooks - it's wildly addictive, stuffed to the brim with melodies to make you sing and rhythms to make you move.

Listen to "Detroit" below. It's due out via Woah Dad!.