Milburn was an English indie rock band from Sheffield that was formed in 2001 and consisted of Joe Carnall (vocals and bass), Louis Carnall (vocals and rhythm), Tom Rowley (lead guitar) and Joe Green (drums). They began with the performances at The Cavern Club in Liverpool, The Garage in London and The Leadmill in Sheffield. They are also well known for their collaboration with Arctic Monkeys. In addition, at the same year, they released their breakthrough debut album, Well Well Well, which debuted at number 32 on the UK Albums Chart. It also spawned the hits, "What You Could've Won", "Cheshire Cat Smile" and "Send in the Boys". The album's first single, "Send In the Boys", reached number 22 on the UK Singles Chart. In 2007, they released their following album, These Are the Facts, which produced several singles, «Lo and Behold", "What Will You Do (When the Money Goes)?", "Wolves At Bay", "Summertime" and "Lucy Lovemenot". It also peaked at number 51 on the UK Albums Chart. Now, you may download Milburn's final alum, These Are the Facts, in mp3 from our site.