Last Spring, we welcomed one of NYC's most promising singer-songwriter's to our stages at The Baeble Bounce House. We were previously sold on Tor Miller's
smooth soul and powerhouse vocals on his infectious, break-out single "Carter & Cash" as well as the Headlights EP
, which Miller released last year.
Today is a very special one for Mr. Miller, as he's finally releasing his Glassnote-endorsed, debut album American English
into the wild. Speaking to him over the summer
, Miller told our own Kirsten Spruch, "I think that the album is more grand of a statement than the EP, it's much more lush and fully arranged. I really like the direction and I'm very excited about it." Mr. Miller must be grinning ear to ear today then.
So we're celebrating Tor's big day here at Baeble as well, blasting American English
at the office and revisiting the sick chops he showed off in his concert with us down in Austin. With an infectious voice, a sound with plenty of soul and swagger, and lyrics all about growing up with the crust punks and back alleys of New York city, Miller and his backing band deliver a unique sound that is reminiscent of 1960s soul, Frank Sinatra, and Billy Joel all at the same time.