Shambles Miller. “Sometimes angry, sometimes humorous, always unfailing honest” and now on SupaPass!
This November we welcome Scottish self-declared pessimist Shambles Miller to SupaPass! From being picked as one of Jim Gellatly's 10 for 2011 in The Sun newspaper to performing on a Festival stage near you, he brings traditional acoustic folk into the twenty first century as he combines catchy guitar with honest lyricism that brings you back down to reality with a cushioned thud. Shambles is the latest addition to SupaPass with a BRONZE level SupaPass Fanclub! His SupaBackstage is awaiting your discovery for only 99p/month!
You can subscribe to Shambles Miller for the first month for free, by using code TSZQ7V2 By subscribing to Shambles you’ll be able to access his SupaBackstage area, chat to him with live video-conference or performances via SupaStage and listen to his entire back-catalogue as many times as you want thanks to SupaStreaming. By becoming a fan of the Scotsman you’ll be in excellent company as fellow supporters of Mr Miller include the one and only Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music). Robinson admits that “For me, the wry, laconic lo-fi acoustic pop of Glasgow-based songwriter Shambles Miller - in fact his whole musical persona - is completely irresistible.”
By supporting Shambles on SupaPass you’ll be a “Patron of the Arts”, helping to take his music to the next level; he will be using your subscription to record you more of his charming new music, and more often!
Subscribe to Shambles today and let his Scottish accent, hilarious-but-painfully-true observations of the world and incredible talent win you over!
"'Shambles' music has an incredible power to it which is in no small part down to his lyrical genius." Kowalskiy
"witty remarks and folk-pop tunes... " Notes and Notations
"The almost impossibly catchy song is built around a rousing, sing-along chorus, bursting with wry wit, David Bowie impressions and buckets of pathos. " Songs Heard on Fast Trains
"the wry, laconic lofi-fi acoustic pop of Glasgow-based songwriter Shambles Miller – in fact his whole musical persona – is completely irresistible." Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music
"His ability to chronicle aspects of everyday life he's passionate about is second to none. A Billy Bragg for the blogging generation if you will, and certainly one of my favourite songwriters around at the moment.'" Kowalskiy
"…applauded, recommended, and thoroughly enjoyed.' ...left feeling somehow connected with
others, with the thinking being that things really aren't as bad as you thought they were some 3 minutes and 53 seconds ago before you pressed play" Music Liberation
"100% fulfils Steve Lamacq’s criterion that any artist worth their salt sounds like they need to make this particular music or they would explode. Shambles embodies the wonderfully dry Scots truthfulness to be found in the work of Aidan Moffat and King Creosote" Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music
"One man and his guitar with a hatful of well observed scenarios… highlight the genius of
Miller, a fine folk oriented vocal style delivering funny and at times controversial content." Roddy McKenzie