Louie Miles ponders the past on his latest reflective single, ‘This Rain Is Just a Passing Note’

As he wonders why he is sinking deeper and so confused about why his situation is so strange as he gazes through the window for comfort, Louie Miles looks up into the sky and hopes for calmer days ahead with ‘This Rain Is Just a Passing Note‘.

Louie Miles is a Liverpool, UK-based indie alternative solo singer-songwriter and music producer who is inspired by legends such as Radiohead, as well as genres such as Jazz, Funk and Soul while making a mixture of music that is too varied to ever truly pinpoint.

There is something rather special about this young artist who seems to have an old soul, as Louie Miles leads us into a song that feels like it is from another generation altogether. His tone is soft but revealing, as he sends us a reevaluation of ourselves as we stand outside in the rain – to hopefully wash away those self-doubts – so that calmness and understanding may be more prevalent moving forward.

This Rain Is Just a Passing Note‘ from the West Midlands-born, Liverpool-based indie alternative solo artist/producer Louie Miles, sends our minds into a reflective state of pondering why everything flipped over upside down to have you in a bad place. With an eerie style that has you turning the volume up as you put yourself in his damp shoes, this is a cinematic-like track that sends you into a whole new galaxy-travelling world to find your true place that feels just right.

Listen to this new single on YouTube and see more via the IG page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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