5 Songs, 17 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5 out of 5

35 Ratings

35 Ratings



i have been pleasantly surprised by how much i love these songs as I didn't know much going into the initial listen of the tracks. My favorite songs of the ep are call me disaster and nothing left as I feel that they are songs that are understandable and relatable to a wide audience, with meaningful lyrics and sentiment. shot in the dark is a fantastic album closer, offering a softer side to the wide range of music viewed by milestones. i can't wait to hear more from this band and will certainly be keeping an eye out for them.



I just heard about this band and this EP is seriously amazing. It really is a great example of pop punk. 100% recommend.


Rachael Cox

I really enjoy this album and recommend it to everyone. This is defiantly a band I am getting into and this album is amazing!

About Milestones

British quintet Milestones revived the early-aughts emo-punk of Jimmy Eat World, Taking Back Sunday, and the Juliana Theory when they debuted in 2014. Part of a rich wave of 2010's young U.K. punk bands -- including tourmates Roam and Trash Boat -- the Manchester group was formed by vocalist Matt Clarke, guitarist Drew Procter, bassist Mark Threlfall, and drummer Andy Makin, later incorporating second guitarist Eden Leviston the following year. Their emotional and melodic sound attracted the attention of Fearless Records, who signed them in 2016. Their first EP, Equal Measures, was produced by Phil Gornell (Bring Me the Horizon, All Time Low, Set Your Goals) and included the single "Nothing Left." ~ Neil Z. Yeung



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