Tor Miller Shares The Confused Emotion Of 'Baby Blue'
It is no surprise that in a few short years Tor Miller has gone from sharpening his craft at NYU's Clive Davis School Of Music and gigging around New York to touring the U.S., opening for the likes of AURORA and James Bay, and being lauded by critics and fans alike on both sides of the Atlantic. Conjuring a piano-driven singer-songwriter sensibility that is rooted in childhood influences such as Elton John, David Bowie and Billy Joel, Miller possesses a talent of seemingly effortless facility. From his dexterity on keys, to the evocative sophistication and grand sweep of his artfully stitched arrangements and the intimacy and insight of his confessional songwriting, Miller displays an artistry of genuinely exceptional quality. Here showcasing the poise and polish of his exquisitely absorbing talent with new single, 'Baby Blue', Miller weaves the introspective vulnerability and soulfully stirring passion of his arresting voice through the gather and swell of horns, piano and strings as he grapples with the angst and torment of confused and disoriented emotions.