Electro-pop artist Miears, releases her new single, “Echoes,” a record she describes as “a blunt, raw response to rejection.”
She adds: “It narrates the inner dialogue of heartbreak, attempting to reconcile the heart versus the conscience. When you want nothing more than to commit to someone, but the reciprocation is not evident, you question your judgement. Deep inside, you realize that you might be wasting your time, but the heart continues to take the lead, acting compulsively and hoping that something will change.”
“Echoes” is the third single from Miears’ forthcoming debut EP, Who Will Save You?, due out 2/17 via Loose Narrative.
Miears is the solo project of Michelle Miears, frontwoman of Houston-based electronica trio, BLSHS. With a voice comparable to those of Lauren Mayberry and Georgia Nott, Miears enjoyed multiple festival appearances with the band, countless words of praise in the media and a grueling schedule of tour dates and sets at festivals like CMJ Music Marathon and SXSW. However, after work stalled on the follow-up to BLSHS’ debut album, Michelle began a journey that would start with a question and end with a whole new solo project.
That project, known simply as Miears, found the singer writing, producing, performing and recording the solo effort, only allowing famed engineer John Griffin (Matt The Electrician, What Made Milwaukee Famous, Southern Backtones) to mix the project.
For more information on Miears, please visit: http://facebook.com/miearsmusic.