With a knack for capturing life lessons of “love, loss, and learning” through their music, The Millenium has grown to represent these themes that not only resonate with each member individually, but also go as far as defining our generation as a whole. The Millenium strives to bring more non-traditional elements into their sound, incorporating realms of indie, acoustic, electronic, and pop styles in a sometimes eclectic fashion – one is sure to appreciate a genuine sound showcasing undeniably catchy and melodically driven tracks intertwined with a playful and inventive blend of acoustic guitar and piano.
The 5-piece group recently released a powerful message to their fans, promoting their upcoming tour with bands 4 Door Theatre, The Stolen & Bonfires. In the video, Featherstone narrates, “[We’re] just five guys from the Midwest that fell in love with music and the stage. In 2014, we set off on a journey to write songs and play our hearts out in an effort to forge a connection with others the way music has done for us.”
Featherstone continues, “Being in a band has never been easy. It’s never been about the status or the fame. It’s about passion, dedication, sacrifice and brotherhood. We give everything up to meet people, live out of a suitcase and play thirty minutes on a stage. And in the end, it makes it all worth it.” (Watch video below)
With members Matt Hasenmuell