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Cry On My Guitar (Miles Kane song)

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"Cry On My Guitar"
Single by Miles Kane
from the album Coup De Grace
Released27 June 2018 (2018-06-27)
Format
Recorded2017–2018
GenreGlam Rock
Length3:42
LabelVirgin EMI
Songwriter(s)Miles Kane, Jamie T
Producer(s)John Congleton
Miles Kane singles chronology
"Loaded"
(2018)
"Cry On My Guitar"
(2018)
"Too Little Too Late)"
(2018)
Music video
"Cry On My Guitar" on YouTube

"Cry On My Guitar" is a glam rock song by English solo artist Miles Kane. It was released as a single from his third studio album, Coup De Grace (2018), on 27 July 2018.[citation needed] The accompanying music video features Kane squaring off against wrestler Finn Balor and serves as a prequel to his previous single Loaded.[1]

Composition[edit | edit source]

"Cry On My Guitar" was written with fellow English rocker Jamie T, as was much of Coup De Grace. Musically, the song takes inspiration from 70s glam rock act T. Rex, sharing a similar riff and vibe to their hits Get It On, Telegram Sam, and Jason B. Sad.[citation needed] The lyrics hint at a ending of a brittle relationship,[citation needed] such is the theme of its accompanying album.[2]

Music Video[edit | edit source]

The music video for "Cry On My Guitar" was released on 24 July 2018. The video was directed by Brook Linder and features Kane in a brawl with WWE wrestler Finn Balor.[1] The video was inspired by a scene in the 1967 James Bond film Casino Royale.[3] The video is shot in mostly black and white and opens with Kane being hunter down by Balor and chased into an apartment. After a viscous scuffle involving Kane being slammed on the floor and Balor punching his hand through a cabinet, Kane escapes to the hallway and pulls the fire alarm. Flashing lights are synced to a guitar solo, followed by Kane on a stretcher lip syncing over the middle eight. The video ends with a battered and bloody Kane on the streets of LA, highlighted by synths, all setting up the music video for Loaded.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 [1], Paste Magazine, 25 July 2018. Retrieved on 30 July 2018.
  2. [2], BBC News, May 14 2018. Retrieved on 30 July 2018.
  3. [3], NME, 24 July, 2018. Retrieved 30 July 2018.


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