Surviving The Suburbs Tor Miller
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- 1Surviving The Suburbs04:24
- 2Sunday Scaries03:30
- 3Stop The World04:00
- 4We Ain't Ready05:44
- 5Friends With You04:31
- 7We Both Want To04:22
- 8The Feeling04:26
Info zu Surviving The Suburbs
Tor Miller returns today with the release of two new songs, “Surviving The Suburbs” and “Sunday Scaries”, both from his forthcoming sophomore album also titled Surviving The Suburbs. The album, due out September 21 on Glassnote Records/Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company, is available now for pre-order & pre-save, and will be supported with a headline tour this Fall (dates below).
“What I'm trying to accomplish with this music is to feel better,” Miller says. “I want to feel happy with where I am. These feelings and anxieties that we have, everyone is having. At this age in particular, where you feel very much in between and not satisfied with who you are and where you're at. But I think this record is trying to find that peace within yourself to move on and just feel stronger, whatever the case may be.”
Leaner and simpler than the lush, full-bodied arrangements of his debut album American English, Surviving the Suburbs is an honest self-reflection framed as a musical coming of age. It’s a step forward into vibrant territory where the vitality of a live backing band gives Miller more Americana flavor, as if, he explains, “Elton John made a Bruce Springsteen record.” On the electrified title track, he intones on the chorus that “we can’t get out of here,” reflecting on how, when he returned to live with his parents, he reconnected with his townie friends who had never left and drowned his sorrows with them in alcohol and pills. The remorse sets in on the wistful “Sunday Scaries,” a piano-driven promise to oneself that, after a weekend of binge-drinking and partying, he’ll never do it again, only to repeat the same cycle once Friday rolls around.
Tor Miller, vocals
Recognized and praised by Pigeons & Planes, Nylon, The Huffington Post, Baeble and many more for his talent and as an ‘artist to watch’, Tor Miller made an instant name for himself playing at piano bars across the lower east side of New York at a young age. Originally taught how to play the piano by a retired wedding singer, at eighteen Tor enrolled on the prestigious Clive Davis School of Recorded Music at New York University, developing both his voice and songwriting. Signed to Glassnote Records (Phoenix, Mumford & Sons, CHVRCHES, Childish Gambino) in 2014 and subsequently dropping out of NYU due to scheduling difficulties, Tor posted a series of part iPhone recorded demos – just piano and voice online – which quickly helped to introduce this exciting, raw young talent to a wider audience far sooner than he’d anticipated. Tor’s debut EP Headlights was released in January of 2015, followed by ‘Carter & Cash’ last summer, the first single off forthcoming debut album American English due out this fall on Glassnote Records.
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