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MARIE MILLER Premieres Video for Glitter Gold
Folky, indie pop singer songwriter, MARIE MILLER has just premiered the music video for her track “Glitter Gold” on AXS. The video guides you through the songs wholehearted lyrics while coupling the tune with scenery and weather to set the mood. “Glitter Gold is a sad song about broken people and broken relationships,” Miller said exclusively to AXS. “I wrote it on my porch on a cold evening in January.”
“Glitter Gold” is the 5th track of Miller’s most recent album, Letterbox, which Billboard joyfully likened to “a combination of Shania Twain and Sara Bareilles.” The album takes Miller’s dynamic voice and dives into narrative songwriting that speaks of the vulnerable and empowered sides of relationships and interactions. These passionate vocals and personal stories are delivered on the strength of fuller, larger musical arrangements with an increased emphasis on folky, indie-infused piano pop musicianship.
Watch the video for “Glitter Gold” on AXS HERE
On Letterbox, Marie set out to make a deeply personal expression that extended out of her comfort zone. She told Blurred Culture: “It’s called Letterbox because the songs are basically letters to people… Basically, all of the songs are things that I’ve wanted to say to someone and I just couldn’t do it… So, I wrote a song about it. This album [is] my letterbox. My letters to people.”
Marie’s musical origins were the product of the writings of Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy and Homer, mixed with her quick learning of guitar and mandolin. Such influence of both artistic, literary, and instrumental considerations has translated to a well-crafted combination of wits, emotion, storytelling, and musicality that makes Letterbox a perfect reflection of the special kind of pop that Marie has passionately crafted.
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