's (Stars, Broken Social Scene) first single from her recently released solo album Masters of the Burial
(Arts and Crafts
) is a slow little number, minimal in its' composition, and sounding something sort of sexy with its' tremolo laden guitar lines, slow buoyant bass line, and of course, those cool, chalky purrs of hers. In her video for "Bury This", Millan matches the melancholy mood of the tune with a good old fashion, break up story. What starts as a warm, romantic night in ends in a slow-mo come to blows. We're not declaring a winner...though it's pretty clear who's to blame. - David Pitz
Amy Millan (born December 3, 1973) is a Canadian indie rock singer and guitarist. She records and performs with the bands Stars and Broken Social Scene as well as having a successful solo career. Her second solo album, Masters of the Burial, was released by Arts & Crafts Records in September 2009.