MILES Creates Standout Sound on EP, 'Never Have I Ever' [EP Review]

Ian Hansen

If you want to listen to music that makes you want to cruise down the Pacific Coast Highway with the windows down or give you that quintessential summer feel, then MILES' most recent EP, Never Have I Ever is right up your alley.

I recently covered his single, “The Internet,” featuring LØLØ, and I immediately knew he was meant to be a star. His cadence in his vocals, and the liveliness he ushers to every track is hard to replicate. The intro, also a previously released single, “Miss Independent” is a guitar-laden beauty that highlights his infectious ability to create a grasping chorus.

“When You’re Sober” is my personal favorite, as he bends genres, fusing pop-punk with hard trap. The guitar alone creates an addictive atmosphere that keeps me engaged throughout. His energetic flows add the icing to the cake. “Hollywood” highlights his vocal ability, as he floats in a higher vocal range showcasing once more that there isn’t anything he can’t do.

The EP closes with the self-titled, “Never Have I Ever,” which features the legendary drummer and guitarist, Travis Barker. It’s a perfect pop-punk vibe to close off this chart-topping sounding project. I can’t get enough of MILES’ music and his catchy lyrics. He simply brings authentic energy to every song he touches.

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