Miles Graham

London Ireland, County Dublin

Indie/Soul Artist
Miles Graham has certainly been busy since we last featured him in 2015 with his gorgeous track I Can’t Love You Again. The Dublin-born singer-songwriter was one of the final Irish acts to perform in session on Sir Terry Wogan’s Radio 2 show, and his soulful voice won him a lot of support elsewhere on the station, as well as from Cerys Matthews at 6 Music, who even compared him to Pharrell after seeing him perform live. But he’s also carved out a sideline niche as a featured artist and co-writer on several dance records. His collaboration with L’Tric on their excellent underground Ibiza anthem 1994 has over two million Spotify plays. He’ll soon appear on the forthcoming Don Diablo single, which he’s also co-written. Meanwhile, his own career gets back on track with this first of a bunch of songs from him that’ll arrive during the rest of this year and into 2018 too. On display are wonderful gospel-tinged vocals, full of passion and raw emotion, with the spirit of Van Morrison, Paul Young and even Jack Savoretti running through it all. Miles is a supreme talent and this is surely his year.

Latest News Releases:
New Single 'Let It Shine' May 2017 (60k on Spotify this month)
* 'Home Grown Hero' on TodayFM July 2017
* Playlist RTE week 26th June 2017
* 'Record of the day' UK May 2017 -
'Song of the day' June 2017 -

Live dates: London BBC Maida Vale Studios, 19th September (Private)

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