Competition: Win a personalised test pressing of Milk Maid's 'Mostly No'
Competition time again at The 405! Manchester three piece Milk Maid released their new album, Mostly No, on the 9th of July via FatCat Records and we have the first test pressing of the record to give away. Not only that but seeing as the cover to the pressing is plain white, the bands bassist Sam Alders has designed a unique album cover, which will be personalised with the winners name (check out the images below).
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning this one of a kind prize is answer the following question:
- A. Nine Green Hills
- B. Nine Red Peaks
- C. Nine Black Alps
What was the name of Martin Cohen's former band?
Send your answers to email@example.com with the subject title, 'Milk Maid Comp'. A winner will be picked at random and notified by email. Good Luck!
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