Camille Miller has traversed the world with her life and music, and on her latest release she distills the musical elements that she has picked up along the way into a hearty blend of indie rock hooks, served in a blues pocket. Born in Germany and raised on military bases all over Canada, Camille was raised on a diet of Motown, Soul, and rock and roll.
From the Rolling Stones, to The Carpenters, to Aretha Franklin, Miller’s music has always shared roots with the classics of modern pop sensibility, while also extending her emotional range with every iteration, as every new project takes on a life of its own. Her upcoming release of Cover Me represents yet another stylistic shift, this time towards the core of her artistic temperament: the nexus between BB King and Bonnie Raitt. Cover Me, the latest from Canada’s Camille Miller, was written after trying to throw her smart phone away, and delivers a powerful mid-tempo rock message about how deeply we all need each other.
I can’t do this by myself. Lines are fading, breaking down down down.