MILES KANE CLOSING IN ON THE TITLE!
Miles Kane releases ‘Come Closer’ from his debut solo album on February 21st on Columbia Records.
Playing a series of searing club gigs and a run of dates as special guest to The Courteeners, Miles Kane has built up a head of steam on the live circuit, proving to be one of the most exciting young talents in the country. ‘Come Closer’ is his first fully available single release.
Produced by Dan Carey in South London and Dan the Automator in San Francisco, ‘Come Closer’ is "A good first proper single, because it has all the elements. A bit sexy, sleazy, with cool guitar,” explains Miles.
‘Come Closer’ will be available via digital download and two 7” vinyl formats which will include an exclusive b side track and a remix by Steve Mason, formerly of The Beta Band.
1. Come Closer
2. Before It’s Midnight
1. Come Closer
2. Come Closer (Steve Mason remix)
The video for ‘Come Closer’ directed by Dan Sully is a nod to Martin Scorsese’s 1973 classic Mean Streets and features Agent Provocateur model Daisy Lowe as the sultry and hypnotic dancing girl. The video premiered exclusively on NME.con on Monday 13th December and is now viewable on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7g8zhk5KZM
Miles Kane will be touring the UK in January and February 2011. Please see below for details of all shows.
Fri 21st LEEDS, Brudenell
Sat 22nd LONDON, Xfm Xposure Live All Dayer at the Barfly
Thu 10th NEWCASTLE, Cluny
Fri 11th SUNDERLAND, 7even
Sat 12th GLASGOW, King Tuts
Mon 14th NOTTINGHAM, Bodega
Tue 15th BRISTOL, Fleece
Thu 17th LONDON, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (NME show)
Fri 18th WREXHAM, Central Station
Sat 19th BIRMINGHAM, Academy 3
Mon 21st CREWE, Squareone
Tue 22nd LEICESTER, Musician
Thu 24th MANCHESTER, Deaf Institute
Fri 25th LIVERPOOL, Kazimier
Sat 26th SHEFFIELD, Leadmill
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