At the age of eight Milad also learned to play classical piano. However, his musical urge to perform goes back to when he was 3. At that time, he would put on a flashy, blue kids’ suit, take his children’s’ guitar and mic, and sing songs like David Hasselhoff’s “Looking for Freedom” and New Kids on the Block’s “Step By Step” for his family. He grew up in a quiet neighborhood in Bremen in the north of Germany. Moving to New Zealand for a year at the age of 19 marked his first own, self-written songs, which he performed in front of an audience when he was back in his hometown. The move to Berlin pursued no particular goal – he knew he needed the input of the city. And while he finished his degree in English and Politics, a mutual friend brought Konrad and him together.
They quickly discovered that they harmonize with each other and started making music straight away. Together, for the first time, they found a distinctive and at the same time joint sound.