[New Music] Miranda Glory – “Take” | @chillranda

[New Music] Miranda Glory – “Take” | @chillranda

Following her wave riding Summertime hit single, “Blue Eyes”, New York City singer/songwriter Miranda Glory continues to ride with the release of her new heartbreaker, “Take”.

“Take” is a song about that familiar addiction to unwanted love. Miranda is caught in a spider’s web of emotion as the love interest sucks the love from the singer and infects Miranda with dark empty loneliness. Turning the singer hallow and not knowing her own reflection, while wanting to end this love affair. Like ever addict, it’s undeniable to resist what the heart wants.

Written in the lines:

“It’s just not right
How you know just what you say
To get me stay
You’d think that I’d learn
But there goes my shirt
Now it’s on the floor”

Listen to the new song above, courtesy of SoundCloud.

Brief credentials on Miranda Glory, she is a well-known and established songwriter whom has collaborated with songwriters and producers, Autumn Rowe (Fifth Harmony, Cher Lloyd), Sheppard Solomon (Enrique Iglesias, Britney Spears), Zac Poor (Tori Kelly, MNEK), David Brook (Eminem, Charlie Puth), The Fliptones (Jason Derulo, Flo Rida), and others.

As her popularity roots anticipation for an high-profile debut R&B school. Closing out 2017, Miranda has promised more new music in the form of single releases. “Take” has already accumulated over 30,000 streams in mere weeks and continues to grow on the fresh new faces radar of streaming platform, Spotify.

“Take” is available for streaming on all streaming platforms via Tommy Boy Records.

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