Make it long’n fast
This time its not “Mother I’d Like to Fuck” we are talking about, but the Hard Rock band from Florence called “Make It Long ‘n Fast”.
In 2010 M.I.L.F.’s story begins as a fresh and exciting project, involving a mix of Hard Rock, Glam-Metal and Punk music!
As their creative music became recognised, they performed in increasingly widespread places such as Honky Tonky, Legend club and Rock ‘n’ Roll in Milan, Officine Sonore in Vercelli, Bologna, Genova and many other clubs in Tuscany, opening for acts like Punkreas and their audiences began to grow. At their live shows they usually play some covers from bands which have influenced them such as AC/DC,Queen , Motley Crue, Aerosmith, Guns ‘n’ Roses, Cult, Dead Daisies, Kiss and many more.
In 2016 they signed their first record deal with Buil2Kill records, giving birth to their record deal entitled “More Than You”, acclaimed by audiences and critics.
In 2017 the band undergoes a drastic change of formation by changing in one fell swoop voice, bass and drums.
At the beginning of 2018 he signs a Management contract with the Sorry Mom! Agency, and in the same year the new single, “Hottest Dream”, is released.
In 2019 the recordings of the new album begin, which was followed by the signature with Volcano Records & Promotion. Also in the same year the band signs an editorial contract with “The Saifam Group”, the leading record label and publishing company in Italy famous for its collaborations with prestigious Italian and international partners such as Sony ATV Publishing, Sony Music, Warner Music, Mediaset – RTI Spa and many others and for exclusive editorial agreements with famous authors such as Maurizio Fabrizio (Mia Martini, Mina, Giorgia, Eros Ramazzotti, Renato Zero, Patty Pravo and many others), Matteo Buzzanca (Marco Mengoni, Francesca Michielin, Giusy Ferreri, Ermal Meta, Arisa, Malica Ayane) and Andrea Amati (Nek, Emma Morrone, Annalisa, Alessandra Amoroso, Elodie, Michele Bravi, Lorenzo Fragola).
“Babe” comes out at the end of the year, followed by the second album “Rolling Thunder” on January 10, 2020.