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Miloe has shared his lovely new single, 'Change Your Mind'

It's a vulnerable song about unrequited love.
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Published: 4:00 pm, October 21, 2020 Photos: Cristal Kabeya.
Miloe has shared his lovely new single, 'Change Your Mind'

Miloe has shared his lovely new single, 'Change Your Mind'.

Following on from 'Winona', the smooth pop number is from the 19-year-old Minneapolis artist's new 'Greenhouse' EP, set for release on 30th October.

"‘Change Your Mind’ felt like an exercise in accepting that your love is unrequited," Bobby Kabeya says of the track. "I really wanted to tap into how intense and melodramatic those feelings can be, especially as a young person."

Of the EP, a homage to summer and the weather patterns of his childhood, he adds: "The Minnesotan climate can feel so limiting compared to where I grew up, almost like we're waiting half the year to actually live our lives."

Check out 'Change Your Mind' below.

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