MIRI, Good Ones Review
MIRI is a singer, songwriter and campaigner based in the United Kingdom. She is building a solid reputation with her soulful and gritty vocal tones, spiked with socially conscious lyrics and classic British songwriting. MIRI’s music has enjoyed spins from BBC 6 Music, Radio DIVA, Soho Radio, BBC London Introducing and Radio X. She has previously written and worked with artists including Estelle, Plan B, Anita Blay and Xylaroo (Sunday Best). Three of her tracks (‘Broken City’, ‘Red’ and ‘Blue Skies’) are featured in the British film ‘Fear Of Water,’ staring Sara Stewart and Skins actress Lily Loveless. MIRI has performed extensively across UK & Europe – for International Woman’s Day this March she performed in Trafalgar Square for Million Women Rise, a rally and protest to end violence against women. Other highlights include shows at The 100 Club for The Official Bob Marley Birthday Celebration, Safe Gigs For Women, Sofar Sounds, the main stage at Manchester Pride supporting Rita Ora, and Bush Hall supporting Laura Veirs. The summer of 2019 will find MIRI performing and curating the acoustic section with Raze Collective for the Southbank Summer Festival on the 19th of July and further summer shows include L Fest Del Mar in Spain and a local gig at the Betsy Trotwood for Clerkenwell ARTSlab on July 22nd. MIRI has returned with visuals for her new track “Good Ones” from her up-coming EP titled Soundbites (due for release in July).
Good Ones (single)
Release Date: May 10, 2019
740174 Records DK
The first thing that will strike you about MIRI is her unique vocal quality and poignant lyrics.