Miya Folick Announces ‘2007’ EP, Unveils Video for New Song ‘Nothing to See’

    Miya Folick has released a new song called ‘Nothing to See’. Produced by Big Thief collaborator Andrew Sarlo, the track is the latest offering from her upcoming EP 2007, following ‘Oh God’ and ‘Ordinary’. It comes with an accompanying video directed by Noah Kentis. Check it out below, along with Folick’s upcoming tour dates.

    “This song is about falling in love with someone emotionally unavailable,” Folick explained in a statement. “Someone whose feelings and desires were so obscured to me and themselves, that I had to become a detective. I studied their life for clues and tried to fit the role of the person I thought they’d like. Eventually we broke up, and I realized that I’d lost the plot on my own life. My body and personality and life were so populated by the interests of this person, that once they were gone, there was nothing left to see. But, to me, this song isn’t bleak. I think there’s power in being brave enough to say, ‘I was made a fool by you’.”

    The 2007 EP arrives September via Nettwerk.

    2007 EP Tracklist:

    1. Oh God
    2. Bad Thing
    3. Nothing to See
    4. 2007
    5. Cartoon Clouds
    6. Ordinary

    Miya Folick 2022 Tour Dates:

    Sep 15 New York, NY – Market Hotel
    Sep 27 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
    Sep 28 San Francisco, CA – Café du Nord
    Sep 30 Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
    Oct 1 Seattle, WA – Madame Lou’s
    Oct 29 Dublin, Ireland – 3Olympia Theater *
    Nov 1 Glasgow, Scotland – SWG3 Galvanizers *
    Nov 2 Manchester, England – Academy *
    Nov 3 Birmingham, England – O2 Institute *
    Nov 5 London, England – The Roundhouse *
    Nov 8 Brussels, Belgium – La Madeleine *
    Nov 9 Cologne, Germany – Live Music Hall *
    Nov 10 Paris, France – Bataclan*
    Nov 12 Luxembourg City, Luxembourg – Den Atelier *
    Nov 13 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg *
    Nov 15 Berlin, Germany – Astra Kulturhaus *
    Nov 16 Warsaw, Poland – Stodola *
    Nov 18 Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega *
    Nov 19 Oslo, Norway – Sentrum Scene *
    Nov 21 Stockholm, Sweden – Berns *
    Nov 22 Stockholm, Sweden – Berns *

    * with Tove Lo

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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