Today, Medford Lakes, NJ singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist CC Miles shares her brand new single “I Can’t Kiss Boys At Parties.”
Following the release of last year’s full-length debut Almost, the buzzing songstress delivers a catchy and confessional anthem highlighted by pop ambition and clever lyricism. Written by CC and produced by Andrew Seltzer [Maggie Rogers, Janelle Kroll, Chelsea Cutler], it illuminates her keen song-craft and dynamic vocals with an infectious and highly hashtaggable hook providing a different point-of-view on a party. Speaking directly from the heart in each lyric, she breathes new life into pop in 2019.
Check out the lyric video HERE.
About the single, she comments, “I wrote ‘I Can’t Kiss Boys At Parties’ about missing someone even when you’re in a room full of people and shouldn’t feel lonely. It’s like you decide to finally go out after a breakup, because you want to move on. There are so many guys to choose from, but it doesn’t matter because none of them are the one you want. I always write lyrics first. The way they come to me is different. In this case, the first thing that I wrote down was actually the title ‘I Can’t Kiss Boys At Parties’ before I had written any other part of the song. I thought, ‘That has to be the title’ – I just thought it was an interesting way to say, ‘I’m not over you’.”
The track marks her first release of 2019 and heralds more music to follow soon.
As she writes and records music and plots upcoming shows, CC regularly updates fans by way of her YouTube channel. Not only does she perform covers of personal favorites, but she also discusses her daily life, hobbies, opinions, and everything in between. Be sure to follow her.
At just 17-years-old, CC has already captivated audiences with two EPs—9th Street  and From My Room —and one full-length Almost. The Courier Post praised her “smooth, melodic voice,” while she would also be profiled in Burlington County Times and SJ Mag. The growing success remains the result of a lifelong journey she embarked upon once picking up piano at six-years-old and performing her first charity gig. With countless shows under her belt, prolific output, and a high school tour in the Fall, all signs point to 2019 being a breakthrough year for CC.