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Miya Folick Declares ‘2007’ EP, Unveils Video for New Track ‘Nothing to See’


Miya Folick has launched a brand new tune referred to as ‘Nothing to See’. Produced by Huge Thief collaborator Andrew Sarlo, the monitor is the newest providing from her upcoming EP 2007, following ‘Oh God’ and ‘Unusual’. It comes with an accompanying video directed by Noah Kentis. Test it out under, together with Folick’s upcoming tour dates.

“This tune is about falling in love with somebody emotionally unavailable,” Folick defined in a press release. “Somebody whose emotions and needs had been so obscured to me and themselves, that I needed to change into a detective. I studied their life for clues and tried to suit the function of the particular person I believed they’d like. Ultimately we broke up, and I spotted that I’d misplaced the plot by myself life. My physique and character and life had been so populated by the pursuits of this particular person, that after they had been gone, there was nothing left to see. However, to me, this tune isn’t bleak. I feel there’s energy in being courageous sufficient to say, ‘I used to be made a idiot by you’.”

The 2007 EP arrives September by way of Nettwerk.

2007 EP Tracklist:

1. Oh God
2. Dangerous Factor
3. Nothing to See
4. 2007
5. Cartoon Clouds
6. Unusual

Miya Folick 2022 Tour Dates:

Sep 15 New York, NY – Market Resort
Sep 27 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
Sep 28 San Francisco, CA – Café du Nord
Sep 30 Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
Oct 1 Seattle, WA – Madame Lou’s
Oct 29 Dublin, Eire – 3Olympia Theater *
Nov 1 Glasgow, Scotland – SWG3 Galvanizers *
Nov 2 Manchester, England – Academy *
Nov 3 Birmingham, England – O2 Institute *
Nov 5 London, England – The Roundhouse *
Nov 8 Brussels, Belgium – La Madeleine *
Nov 9 Cologne, Germany – Stay Music Corridor *
Nov 10 Paris, France – Bataclan*
Nov 12 Luxembourg Metropolis, Luxembourg – Den Atelier *
Nov 13 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg *
Nov 15 Berlin, Germany – Astra Kulturhaus *
Nov 16 Warsaw, Poland – Stodola *
Nov 18 Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega *
Nov 19 Oslo, Norway – Sentrum Scene *
Nov 21 Stockholm, Sweden – Berns *
Nov 22 Stockholm, Sweden – Berns *

* with Tove Lo

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