Quite see that Miccoli, who are a family trio comprised of twin brothers and a sister, hailing from Birmingham are on the ascent to really great things. For as much as, this tight-knit sibling unit are genuinely sewing together some damn fine alternative pop.
High on the agenda comes a cut of intricate melodies with some of the most standout, superbly lush harmonies which have the power to spellbind all within a quick hot second. And you can rightly hear it for yourselves, as this magical formula springs into the fullness of life in the new single “Idle Stranger”.
You might be hit by the notion that there’s a smidgen of U2 type, staccato guitar flicks pushing the melody forward on this one. To tell the truth, “The Joshua Tree” and the smash hits spawned of it, by way of “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” and “With Or Without You” were the first thoughts that sprung to my mind. Can’t lie, those two are my most favourite U2 tracks of all time. So from my perspective in this, Miccoli win me over.
If you crave a helping of infectious pop that is diverse and indie flavoured, Miccoli’s “Idle Stranger” brings it.
What is more, there is a beautifully shot art inspired video which ties up the package very nicely indeed. It takes in an insightful appreciation to highlight some breathtakingly magnificent pieces of Venetian art.