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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The singers new EP, Mirrors, is set to arrive this June!

Image: Georgia Wallace.

Anangu/Torres Strait Islander singer-songwriter Miiesha has shared the first taste of her forthcoming EP, Mirrors, with Still Dream. Due out this June, the release serves as a companion piece to the singers 2021 EP, Smoke.

“The song came to me in the form of a dreaming poem that I'd written for my Grandmother. I originally envisioned a bird coming as a messenger to let her know that everything would be ok.“

Across the companion releases, Miiesha is set to offer up two perspectives of "broken family dynamics, searching for love and healing." Speaking of the the EP project, the singer shared: “This project really, really, means a lot to me, and has been full of my pain and my healing! And it's amazing being able to connect with other peoples stories and being able to help them through their journey!”

Last year, Miiesha took home Song of the Year at the National Indigenous Music Awards, following five ARIA nominations in 2020, where she won Best Soul/RnB Release for her debut record, Nyaaringu. The singer has just been nominated for two Queensland Music Awards, Regional/Remote Award for Damaged, and Soul/Funk/RNB for Made for Silence, which also placed her as a Top 40 finalist in the 2021 Vanda & Young songwriting competition.

Mirrors is out June 3. Listen to Still Dream below.


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