Mi Mye are releasing two different records both on the same day, and will be celebrating this with a tour in Autumn 2022. One is 5-track EP “The Bow Saw and the EQ” and the other is album “My Name’s Wimp”. These two records have evolved side by side of each other, one is the best friend of the other, and therefore it felt like they should appear at the same time.
We are super excited to be taking them out on tour and sharing them with the world. We have been busy releasing singles all year, with It Hurt Me/It Hurt Emily in February and Party in March as standalone singles. In June, July and September singles from the EP have been lovingly dripped into the world, ready for our big EP/album release tour in Aug-Oct 2022.Primarily a fiddle player, guitarist and lyricist, Jamie learnt to play in the Highlands as a child (including tutoring from Scottish Traditional Music Hall Of Fame member Alisdair Fraser) and often leans on his roots of folk music and storytelling to produce beautiful songs of empathy and hope.
These often combine with the influences gathered from an adult life in Wakefield (the centre of indie pop), creating music that can be both tender and melodic with more ambitious and idiosyncratic arrangements and production. Mi Mye have been compared to Sparklehorse, the National and Will Oldham.
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