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5 Songs I Love W/ Miron

Singer/songwriter Miron has just released his latest track, "Too Deep," a guitar and synth-led ode to, “who are we when we are alone, and who are we when we are around someone we love or someone we want to be loved by.” With previous releases hitting hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify alone and receiving widespread radio play, it is no surprise that listeners have been eagerly awaiting a new single.

We asked Miron what tracks inform the innovative sound we hear on "Too Deep," as well as some of the tracks he's always loved to hear. Read on to take a peak inside of his playlists!

  1. The Pretender - Jackson Browne

I think it’s one of the most romantic songs ever written about life. There’s no glamor, there’s no excess, just a dream of a life that is simple. If there is one thing that is prolific about Jackson Browne is his songwriting. He has taken something that is so difficult and complex to talk about and turned it into an art piece that anyone can understand.

2. Enter Sandman - Metallica

The absolute best song to have in your repertoire when it comes to performing live. The song is already incredible and I can spend hours explaining why, but the atmosphere it creates when performed on a stage by Metallica is a completely different story. It’s wild.

3. The Promised Land - Bruce Springsteen

Who else can make the average Joe dream like “The Boss” can? An uplifting song with a

whistle along melody and lyrics that I think everyone can relate to. And then you have that

saxophone solo that just takes you exactly where you need to be.

4. Hotel California - Eagles

Yes, I know you will say it’s a cliche. But this song is a journey. The moment the guitars kick in

you are somewhere else and there are so many details in it that every time you listen to it, it

gives you something new. An inimitable masterpiece.

5. Blue Bayou - Linda Ronstadt

Or any other Linda Ronstadt song, but this one in particular is just so pure. It’s a painting. Her

vocal color is wow. Her career CV, in my opinion, is a dream career. A master of any genre she


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