The latest flavor of the upcoming ‘Change the Show’ features Corinne Bailey Rae
Miles Kane has shared a new single titled ‘Nothing Ever Gonna Be Good Enough’ featuring Corinne Bailey Rae — listen below.
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The collaborative track is the fourth flavor from Kane’s upcoming album Change the Show, which is set to be released on January 21 via BMG. It follows ‘See Ya When I See Ya’, ‘Caroline’ and ‘Don’t Let It Get You Down’.
“I love the back and forth between us,” Kane said of his latest song in a statement. “I wanted an Ike and Tina vibe, not a grateful guest. Unfortunately, we had to record it remotely, but we’d do it on stage together, I’m sure.”
Bailey Rae said, “I love this song and can’t get it out of my mind. So happy to be on it with my dear friend Miles.”
‘Nothing Ever Gonna Be Good Enough’ comes with a nostalgic, seaside official video. Tune in here:
Speaking earlier about “Change the Show” – a follow-up to 2018’s “Coupe de Grace” – Kane explained that the record was “born out of an intense period of self-reflection; I have all this unpredictable time on my hands” due to the coronavirus pandemic. because of.
He further stated that the new material featured “big highs, big lows, daydreams, true friends and deep feelings”, adding that they made a “truly uplifting album”.
Miles Kane will display his new record during the UK Headline Tour in early 2022. Tickets are on general sale Here, and you can check out the full schedule below.
Friday 28 – Manchester, Albert Hall
Saturday 29 – Warrington, Par Hall (new date)
Monday 31 – Sheffield, The Leadmill
Tuesday 1 – Leeds, O2 Academy
Thursday 3 – Newcastle, O2 Academy
Friday 4th – Glasgow, O2 Academy
Saturday 5 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
Monday 7 – Cardiff, The Tramshed
Tuesday 8 – Bristol, O2 Academy
Thursday 10 – Oxford, O2 Academy 1
Friday 11 – Southampton, Engine Room
Saturday 12 – Norwich, The Waterfront
Monday 14 – Cambridge, Junction
Wednesday 16 – London, Roundhouse
Friday 18 – Nottingham, Rock City
Saturday 19 – Liverpool, O2 Academy 1