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Miles Kane

Miles Kane & The Evils (RSD 24)

Record Store Day 2024 - Coloured 10" - £19.99
Miles Kane & The Evils is a four track RSD exclusive released on physical format only.

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Miles Kane

One Man Band

Modern Sky UK
  • limited clear lp

    Released: 4th Aug 2023

  • cd

    Released: 4th Aug 2023


In a parallel universe Miles Kane is deservedly as big as Arctic Monkeys or the Gallager brothers and receives the same songwriting acclaim as The Coral or Richard Hawley - and none of them ever wrote a song inspired by the immortal Roberto Baggio.

With loud, lick-filled guitars front and centre, MK comes out swinging on his fifth (and arguably most kicking) solo album. We've only just managed to pull our socks back on after he thoroughly rocked 'em right off at our instore last month! Miles returns to his guitar hero best on 'One Man Band', as he focuses on big hooks and even bigger anthems. Sharp, infectious, urgent and packed to the brim with singalong moments, it’s Miles on the top of his game. A deeply personal record, Miles returned to Liverpool to work on the album, finding himself reflecting on his journey.