The Endangered's latest offering shares the same name as Goapele's “Milk & Honey,” but that is where the similarities end. The alternative soul/rock band stayed away from the synth chord for a free flowing, airy instrumental. The band wrote the song three years ago before finally determining to produce the record on their own terms.
Maiya Sykes, lead vocalist, penned the encouraging song insisting, “I was inspired to write the milk and honey lyrics after a writing session we had as a band. We talked about our hopes and dreams as a group.”
She continued on the creative thought for the record: “We wanted our success to be realized and while we were talking about everything we wished for, we all had a wonderful sense of hope.”
Finally complete after three years, The Endangered blast their sense of hope.