In the organizer's words:
Miles Kane has gone back to his roots with his latest album. On "One Man Band," he returns to his Guitar Hero days and focuses on big hooks and even bigger anthems. Sharp, infectious, with banging riffs and packed with sing-along moments. Kane is in top musical form and at the same time has produced a very personal album, for which he returned to Liverpool to reflect on his journey. This city, it may be stated, has finally shaped the man from Meols, once by ferry across the Mersey River, audibly from the beginning. That's true of his bands - the Little Flames, who broke up before the debut album came out, The Last Shadow Puppets, the on-and-off supergroup he co-founded with Alex Turner of the Arctic Monkeys, and, of course, the trio The Rascals, for whom he was singer and guitarist until the start of his solo career. But that's also true of the new record, which is filled with so many varieties of British music. "One Man Band" brilliantly and heartfelt sonically sums up everything Miles Kane is about. At the same time, the record is not a bit nostalgic. The Englishman has managed to create a consistently cool sound from all these influences, from the Beatles to the Arctic Monkeys, from Bowie to Ferry, from rock'n'roll to Britpop. Or as he tells it himself, "Recording the album in Liverpool really helped bring everything out of me. Sometimes you have to go backwards to move forward, and this album helped me rediscover why I picked up a guitar in the first place. It's like a brand new yet somehow familiar leather jacket. A comforting melting pot of all the music that inspires me." Miles Kane joins us on tour in March. - One Man Band: Solo Tour '24
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