Marshall Arts presents:
Live at The Grace, London
This show has been postponed:
“Unfortunately due to government regulations and the current situation re COVID-19, the shows we had booked are unable to proceed as planned. We are working on which dates we are able to reschedule and existing tickets will remain valid for those that we are able to reschedule.
A message from Miles Graham:
I am very sorry for any inconvenience to ticket holders. It’s just not safe enough yet but we will get there.
We will have news on this as soon as possible.”
Irish talent Miles Graham recently released his new EP ‘All The Right Things’, which resulted in him performing the single ‘ ‘Don’t Change’ live on Radio 5 and a stunning version of Dido’s Thank You. It accelerated a fresh stage in the Irish singer-songwriter’s career, having signed a new deal with Pressure Records earlier this year.
Today Miles continues his ascent by announcing a live date at London’s historic music venue The Grace on Thursday 19th November 2020. Tickets are available from 9AM on Friday 24th July and can be purchased via the venue, Alt Tickets and AXS.
The ‘All The Right Things’ EP was recorded in London with producer Paul Herman (Emeli Sandé, Dido, Corinne Bailey Rae), with string arrangements from the renowned Sally Herbert (Plan B, Usher, Duffy, Ellie Goulding, Florence + The Machine). The EP showcases his soul-baring songwriting and top-quality sound: a genre-blurring blend of retro-soul and fresh yet timeless pop.
The EP unfolds in brilliantly original sonic flourishes—heavy grooves, bright beats, laid-back guitar tones—each song elegantly spotlights Graham’s spellbinding voice. From the title track which opens the EP, to the first single ‘Don’t Change’; a hybrid of modern pop and timeless retro-soul, the bittersweet piano ballad ‘Give It Up Now’ and closing track ‘Sunbeam’ – an intricately textured and heart-melting tribute to his young daughter.
Channelling his experiences into sound has been a cathartic experience for Miles Graham. It has also ignited a deeper, more emotional quality within his songwriting. It’s a natural development for an artist who has been committed to developing his talents since childhood. Previously Miles has scored international dance hits alongside Don Diablo and L’Tric, as well as being playlisted on Radio 2 for his breakthrough moment ‘I Can’t Love You Again’. He took time out to focus on family in 2018 and now he’s back, more accomplished and set to soar.