Miles Kane Drops Can You See Me Now

by | Jun 13, 2019 | Sound/Vision

Miles Kane has dropped surprise new single Can You See Me Now, his first new material since his acclaimed top 10 third solo album Coup De Grace last year. Kane says of the new track, “This is a song about reaching a point in your life when you feel comfortable in yourself and you’re not afraid to shout about it.”

Miles Kane (James Kelly)

Miles Kane (James Kelly)

With its infectiously fuzzy guitar riff, Beatles-esque harmonies and Kane’s signature sassy vocals, Can You See Me Now draws out the Last Shadow Puppets’ rock edge. The on-the-road video, directed by James Kelly (who also directed the video for LA Five Four (309)), was shot whilst the 33-year-old Wirral man was touring France and Italy in May and sees him swaggering in his comfort zone, on the stage.

Miles Kane (Lauren Dukoff)

Miles Kane (Lauren Dukoff)

Check out the video for Can You See Me Now below:

 

After a huge headline date at Glasgow’s SWG3 last week, the former The Rascals frontman and his band play a host of shows and festivals this summer including slots at Isle of Wight Festival, Rock Werchter, Tramlines, Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival, Derbyshire’s Y Not Festival, Kendal Calling and headlining Skeleton Coast Festival, as well as supporting the Modfather himself Paul Weller at Cardiff Castle.

 

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By Kalpesh Patel

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