Milestones don’t hide any ambition on their 2018 full-length debut, Red Lights [Fearless Records]. The Manchester, UK quartet—Matt Clarke [vocals], Andrew Procter [guitar, vocals], Mark Threlfall [bass], and Eden Leviston [guitar]—amplify their signature pop punk palette with stadium-size hooks and airtight alternative songcraft. (As a snapshot, envision Thirty Seconds To Mars reimagining Mayday Parade’s classic A Lesson In Romantics, but so much more!). They committed literally everything to the new album—holing up in producer Phil Gornell’s [Bring Me The Horizon, All Time Low] Sheffield studio for months at a time, sleeping on the floor, and engaging in marathon writing sessions for 15 hours straight. That dedication illuminates Red Lights. Combining massive melodies and punk spirit, Milestones made a big splash with 2016’s Equal Measures EP. Beyond earning acclaim from the likes of Rock Sound, New Noise Magazine, and more, with the single “Call Me Disaster”, Milestones spent 2016 touring alongside everyone from Mayday Parade to Hawthorne Heights to Simple Plan. Along the way, they quietly assembled what would become Red Lights and confidently kick off what promises to be their biggest, best, and brightest chapter yet.