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Aftermath: An interview with Hundreds

This German sibling duo creates emotional songs that are equally at home on the car stereo or the dance floor. I caught up with Eva to find out more.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Hundreds Band by Florence Zealey
Hundreds by Florence Zealey.

This summer I fell in love with Aftermath, the new album from Hundreds, comprised of German sibling duo Eva and Phillip Milner. Aftermath is a soaring collection of songs that blend lush orchestrations with danceable beats, described as ‘the story of opening up and letting go, growing older, but also of refreshing naivety and unconditional utopia.’ If you buy one album this month make it Aftermath.

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