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21 JUNE 2019 (TORONTO, ON) - Bea Miller shares her new track, “Feel Something”, available today via Hollywood Records/Universal Music Canada, the country's leading music company. Nylon recently stating, “like an ultraviolet ray, Miller’s rise into 2019 can’t be eclipsed,” Bea also announces an extensive list of Fall headline shows, Sunsets In Outerspace Tour starting in the UK/Europe in September, followed by North American dates kicking off October 10 in Houston, TX and wrapping on November 30 at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles. Pre-sale for tickets begins on June 25 at 10am local time, and general public tickets go on-sale on June 28 at 10am local time. Look for Bea performing at major festivals this Summer and Fall including Firefly, Lollapalooza, Osheaga, Outside Lands, Bumbershoot, Austin City Limits, and VooDoo. Tickets, artist pre-sale registration, and a full list of tour dates available at


Listen to “Feel Something” HERE


“Feel Something” was co-written by Bea Miller, Justin Tranter (Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson, Fall Out Boy), Kennedi Lykken (Jonas Brothers, Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa) and Mike Sabath (Liam Payne, J Balvin, French Montana), and was also produced by Sabath.  Sabath and Tranter recently worked with Bea on “it’s not u it’s me,” her critically acclaimed collaboration with the Grammy-nominated artist 6lack. On “Feel Something,” Miller continues to prove she is a force to be reckoned with. The track highlights her distinctive vocals, authentic storytelling and irresistible hooks, laced with confessional lyrics, “it’s not fair I keep on writing a sequel to stories I know that are not there… I don’t wanna die but I don’t wanna live like this… I just wanna feel something, I just wanna feel.” She explains, “when you're experiencing pain of any kind, all you want is for it to go away. But weirdly that pain is kind of what makes you feel like a real person, so when nothing is going wrong but it's also not going right and you're just in the middle, you feel empty. And that's almost worse. That's what I wrote this song about."


At the young of age 20, Miller has achieved impressive milestones, including worldwide streams in excess of over one billion and 25 million streams to date for “It’s Not U It’s Me,” The visual for “It’s Not U It’s Me” was released to rave reviews with L’Officiel proclaiming “The grind truly never stops for Ms. Miller, and we can’t wait to see what’s next” and Complex noted 6lack fans were “blessed”. Watch the music video for “It’s Not U It’s Me” HERE.


Paper recently profiled Bea raving, “Miller's songs take an optimistic but ferocious approach to the question of how it feels and what it means to be a young woman in 2019. Her incandescent attitude shines through on every song.” Paper also included her in their “Predictions: 100 People Taking Over 2019.” Bustle declared she’s “hitting her momentum in the music game.” Her own previous releases include aurora (2018), her best-selling 2015 debut, Not An Apology, and three EPs (2017). In addition, Bea has been featured on Jeremy Zucker’s “comethru,” and NOTD’s dance hit, “I Wanna Know,” which amassed over 175 million+ global streams on Spotify, and nearly 17 million video views. Watch the music video for “I Wanna Know” HERE.


Photo Credit: Charlotte Rutherford



Canadian Festival Date:

August 4                       Montreal, QC                    Osheaga Festival


Canadian Tour Date:

November 5                 Toronto, ON                       Danforth Music Hall





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