Established in his own right, Dan Miraldi has shared bills with an eclectic bunch of performers such as J. Roddy Walston & the Business, Nelly, Wiz Khalifa, the Wailers, Wild Feathers, the Trews, Wally Bryson of the Raspberries, Beatle offspring James McCartney, Family of the Year, Welshly Arms, Ari Hest, Blackalicious, the Cool Kids, Fiery Furnaces, and even Wang Chung. His new single “Fireworks,” is an explosive song with surprises at every corner.
Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/6uX15gJJVfwo0Os7maKM7f?si=hdlTZKQdSX-kzWqQcftjrw
Recently sharing of the track:”Fireworks” is an apocalyptic love song that compares the sky being on fire to a fireworks display. It’s about who you would want to be with in those last moments before everything ends. It was actually recorded last summer, but now with the heaviness of world events, the song seemed appropriate. For the record, I do not think we are currently experiencing the end of the world, but there’s a lot to process and things feel overwhelming. The track was recorded by Kyle Downes at his studio in Washington, DC. Jay Nemeyer of the band Color Palette played bass and lead guitar and Jon Jester from BRETT played a really cool drum part that makes this song extra epic.”
Miraldi has been having a busy year as he shares a steady stream of singles along his latest release “Mood Music for Introverts.”