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In which Miles answers those ‘throwback’ accusations with an audacious medley of The Who’s ‘I Can’t Explain’, ELO’s ‘Wild West Hero’ and Norman Greenbaum’s ‘Spirit In The Sky’. The last…

It’s interesting that Miles Kane’s chosen to call his second album ‘Don’t Forget Who You Are’. Around the time of his 2011 debut, ‘Colour Of The Trap’, the message coming…

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Having lived through The Little Flames, The Rascals, The Last Shadow Puppets and a debut album (2011’s ‘Colour Of The Trap’) that won him a dedicated fanbase, Miles Kane finds…

If you listen carefully, you might be able to hear a strange rumble coming down the A66 that runs from Middlesbrough to Cumbria. “Don’t forget who you are” the chant…

A positively Wings-y piece of ’70s-polished rockabilly stomp from Miles’ new album, in which he urges you not to “let your worries dictate who you are“. It’s determined to give…

The top YouTube comment under the video for this new Miles Kane single reads: “He looks and sounds like Miles Kane”. Normally this kind of banal statement would be fairly…

Miles wants so desperately for this Skream-produced track to soundtrack a ’60s Bond film that one imagines the little tart would sashay across the Atlantic in a slinky gold number…

‘First Of My Kind’, the lead song from [a]Miles Kane[/a]’s new EP (released on vinyl for Record Store Day on April 21, and officially the following day), marks uncharted territory…

NME’s Alex Denney delivers his verdict on this week’s releases, featuring Miles Kane, Birdy, and Yacht I Like Trains – ‘Sirens’ Picking through the New Yorkshire ruins like hollow-eyed…