MIRI is a BBC Radio 6-backed British indie pop artist with a social message.
By Graeme Smith
Somebody Save Me is her second track following the success of her debut Good Ones and tackles themes around mental health. It’s bright, positive, urgent and raw. Above all, it’s well-written and delivered with authenticity. The chorus is a knockout, refreshingly honest and singalong.
MIRI is getting attention from some of the UK’s biggest tastemakers, including BBC Radio 6’s Gemma Cairney and Clash Magazine. It’s easy to see why with the level of songwriting on display in Somebody Save Me. Check it out below.