"One less night with you
One less avenue
One less moment to remember."
"You call at 2 am but I wont pick up
Every sidewalk will be wider than an ocean
I'll delete your name, erase my history
It will feel just like a revolution."
New York-based singer-songwriter Tor Miller
is following up "Carter and Cash" and "Baby Blue" with his defiant new single, "Surrender." Accompanied with a video (above), Miller radiates a certain confidence as he frantically dances in a spotlight and sings about faded love. We're getting a lot of 60s vibes that will make you want to put on a heavy black raincoat, top hat, wander down a dark New York alley in the rain, and fight crime. Does that make sense? It might once you listen to it. And if you've ever budged and given up after attempting to save a relationship that simply cannot be saved, then this track is for you.
The single is off his debut album American English
out on September 30th. Also keep your eyes peeled for our SXSW session with Miller, out soon.