Named ‘one of the most outstanding British songwriters’ by MOJO, Liverpool born and bred Miles Kane first found his love of music at age 17 as a member of the band The Little Flames, which dissolution led to the formation of The Rascals in 2007. With The Rascals also began the relationship between Miles Kane and Alex Turner when the band supported Arctic Monkeys in the same year. 2008 saw Miles playing and touring with Turner as The Last Shadow Puppets performing live their no. 1 and Mercury Prize nominated album entitled The Age of The Understatement.
Kane went on to debut his solo material Colour of the Trap in May 2011, acclaimed by critics, selling out headline UK and European shows and winning over crowds at big UK and international festivals. Miles returned to the scene with his sophomore album Don’t Forget Who You Are and the third Coup De Grace seven years later. All of his albums has resulted in plaudits and nominations across the board including awards from Q, Mojo and NME.