Nova Miller thinks she may have been born in the wrong time period. With a sound that blends new school pop with vintage aesthetics, like the fluttering strings and harmonies of 60’s era groups such as The Mama’s and The Papa’s, she may be right.
“I'm just obsessed with that whole era, the aesthetics - everything,” the eighteen year old muses. ‘In discovering myself as an artist, this feels really natural to me.” she adds.
Her emphatic pop anthems touch on the themes of empowerment and learning to love who you are, much like her debut US track, “Do It To Myself.” A song that speaks of the sabotaging a relationship before that person has had a chance to hurt you, Nova noted that “'I think that ultimately it comes from overcoming insecurity and finally realizing that you have to love yourself before you can love somebody else.''
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