“This song is about the moments in our lives that disrupt our sense of safety and stability and the resilience it takes to continue to live a brave, broad, and deep life,” Miya shares. “The first verse is about the general fears of growing up and living alone and being alive. The second verse is more specifically about being a woman. How our bodies are both sexualized and infantilized. The way it feels to be an adult in experience but a child at heart. Wanting to feel safe but also wanting to live freely.”
Revisit our review of her ‘2007’ EP here, and check out the new video below.
See Miya Folick live at the following dates:
28 - The Grand Social, Dublin, IE **
29 - 3Olympia Theater, Dublin, IE *
31 - The Mash House, Edinburgh, UK **
01 - SWG3 Galvanizers, Glasgow, UK *
02 - Academy, Manchester, UK *
03 - O2 Institute, Birmingham, UK *
05 - The Roundhouse, London, UK *
07 - Colours Hoxton, London, UK **
08 - La Madeleine, Brussels, BE *
09 - Live Music Hall, Cologne, DE *
10 - Bataclan, Paris, FR *
12 - den Atelier, Luxembourg, LU *
13 - Melkweg, Amsterdam, NL *
15 - Astra Kulturhaus, Berlin, DE *
16 - Stodola, Warsaw, PL *
18 - Vega, Copenhagen, DK *
19 - Sentrum Scene, Oslo, NO *
21 - Berns, Stockholm, SE *
22 - Berns, Stockholm, SE *
* Supporting Tove Lo
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