One of the finest singer/songwriters to come out of Dublin the past couple of years returns with a stunning new visual about loss, love, pain and eventually, bliss.
Miles Graham's last release, the stunning “I can’t Love You Again”, was received with rapturous critical praise. One of Miles’ biggest supporters was the late Terry Wogan who had Miles on his Radio 2 show. 6Music also had him on the Cerys Matthews show, who even threw him a Pharrell comparison.
Since then, Miles has been exploring with collaborations and co-writes on electronic tracks. His collaboration with L’Tric on dance anthem 1994 is now approaching 2 Million plays on Spotify. He’s also duo to feature on the new Don Diablo release which he co-wrote.
The new single “Let It Shine” is a soulful, touching piece of summery, singer-songwriter pop. Sonically, the track flirts with elements of gospel, while sticking firmly in the songwriter-pop camp. Perfect for the summer months to come. The visual is the product of Peter J Cooney and it’s a beautifully down to earth narrative following the pain, anguish and ultimately, elation that we all experience in day to day life. The uplifting tone of the song beautifully juxtaposes the dark tone of the video, until finally, the visual comes in line with the elation of the final crescendo.