Under the Surface
Miria is an alternative pop-rock singer/songwriter from chilly New England, now making music in sunny LA. In 'Under the Surface', her debut album, Miria's thoughtful lyrics, intimate vocals and entrancing melodies reveal the facets of a highly original creative mind. Fans of Aimee Mann, Fiona Apple, Paula Cole, Sarah MacLachlan, Tori Amos, Alanis Morissette and Liz Phair will find something to like here: Miria has a sense of humor and a refreshingly unique perspective: few artists could produce both 'Pop Star' - an addictive pop song about pop-star wannabes (I'm feeling so marketable today / I'm feeling sexy in a commercial kind of way / I'm feeling pretty on the outside) and 'Keep Asking Why' - an inspired and inspiring melody about Einstein's first wife, Mileva. An intelligent and introspective artist with catchy hooks; Miria has a lot to say and with alternative / art-rock / literate-pop as her chosen medium, we're guessing this is just the tip of the iceberg - there's lots more going on 'Under the Surface.' Reviews: 'Miria's music is inspired by beautiful melody and lyrics. Her sound is unique and needs to be heard by all...' - David Darling, Cellist: Soundtrack - 'Until the End of the World'