Bea Miller 2020 album elated cover art poster

Bea Miller Shares Official Video For “Hallelujah”

Per the official press release –

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Bea Miller has released the official video for “hallelujah” today from her new EP, ‘elated!’ out now. Directed by Gina Gizella Manning, the video is a raw and intimate accompaniment to the dark-pop track that finds Miller spilling out her opinions about the Trump administration and her personal life. As she sings “should I say hallelujah?” Maybe that’ll save me,” Miller battles her own anger about political tumult and trying to make the world a better place while ultimately resigning herself to the fact that maybe it doesn’t matter because widespread disaster feels imminent and unstoppable. View the video here.

Miller released ‘elated!’ last month and Idolator heralded it as her “best release to date.” The seven-song project includes “wisdom teeth,” the “synth-heavy bop showcasing Miller’s captivating raspy vocals and youthful energy” (DuJour) which has amassed over 3.7 million streams. Also featured on the new EP is “FEEL SOMETHING DIFFERENT,” the up-tempo hypnotic new take with critically acclaimed rapper Aminé on Miller’s viral hit “feel something.” “FEEL SOMETHING DIFFERENT” has been featured on some of the top playlists including Spotify’s New Music Friday in over 21 countries and Apple Music’s “New Music Daily” and “A-List Pop.

Next month, Bea will take the stage on December 12 for a special livestream performance presented by NoCap. Tickets are currently on sale and available for purchase here. The livestream performance will be the follow up to her recent return to the stage earlier this month for Save Our Stages, #SOSFest, the three day virtual festival from YouTube Music and the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) to help save independent venues across the U.S. Bea’s dynamic and eclectic set included the debut live performance of “wisdom teeth” as well as “feel something,” “FEELS LIKE HOME” and more. View Bea’s performance here.

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