MIYA FOLICK – ” Give It To Me ” EP

Posted: November 7, 2017 in MUSIC
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Miya Folick

Miya Folick’s new EP, ‘Give It To Me’ is an electrifying and bold instalment into the Los Angeles-born’s catalogue. From the head-banging opening track, ‘Trouble Adjusting’ to the gentle cover of Joni Mitchell’s ‘Woodstock’Folick’s crafted a collection of songs that are both soaring and gut-wrenchingly honest.

Miya comments on the EP  I’ve been writing these songs for probably a year and a half, but it wasn’t really deliberately for an EP. I just wanted new material to play live and we’ve been performing a lot of that material for a while and they just don’t stylistically work for the album I’m working on. They were songs I didn’t want to disappear. I like that it works out that way – it feels like a nice collection of memories for us now.

The song ‘Give It To Me’ is the bold centre-piece , It’s one of those songs that just have some kind of magic. The song is not specific enough so that it relatable in a lot of different situations – I don’t really like to talk about what it specifically means because it doesn’t really matter. Plus it always changes for me. I don’t remember what I was talking about when I wrote it – I have no idea. Every time it means something new.



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