South London singer-songwriter Edison Miller releases upbeat indie rock debut single White Silhouettes on 15th October. Produced by Grammy award winner Cameron Craig (Tom Grennan, Amy Winehouse, Adele).
The track is a potent, heady mix of the nostalgia and regrets you feel after a wild night out, loaded with energy and a hook-laden chorus.
Miller says 'White Silhouettes is about losing yourself to a night out, drug and alcohol-induced blackouts and all the shit that comes with that like losing friends, hurting people then coming home in the morning, the sun is up and you’re left with anxiety and guilt but a faint feeling that things will be okay. It's also about struggling to find yourself, losing focus in your adolescence and youth, but things eventually come together and you find the ‘light’ when you come ‘home,’ in a metaphorical sense.'
Miller grew up in the suburbs of South London attending the same school as musical icon David Bowie, before honing his songwriting craft at BRIT School. White Silhouettes is the first from a trio of singles recorded by Cameron Craig.
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