South London artist Misty Miller has been writing her own songs since she was eight, drawing inspiration from the likes of Patti Smith, Iggy Pop and The Stooges, The Velvet Underground and Lou Reed. At the age of fifteen, in 2011, she recorded her first album, which then went on to sell 60,000 copies.
Now, signed to Sony label Relentless, she’s set to continue that success with the Girlfriend EP, a collection of songs embracing her gritty, 70s rock inspired sound. It’s out February 25th.
Consider this your first taste of what’s to come.