JAKE MILLER RELEASES HIS FINAL SONG OF SUMMER WITH “COULD HAVE BEEN YOU“
SUMMER 19 EP AVAILABLE NOW – STREAM HERE
After a string of successful releases this summer, critically-acclaimed singer, songwriter, and producer Jake Millertoday drops his final song of the summer, “COULD HAVE BEEN YOU.” Written by Miller and produced by Alex Bilo (Busta Rhymes, Keith Urban, Gavin DeGraw), the track is part of Jake’s 5-song SUMMER 19EP that includes the previously released tracks “15 MINUTES,” “LAST TEXT,” “NERVOUS,” and “OCEAN AWAY.” CLICK HERE to listen to Jake’s SUMMER 19 EP available across all digital streaming platforms now via RED MUSIC.
SUMMER 19drops right in time. Beginning tonight, Jake hits the road with Hoodie Allen on the rapper’s 22-date nationwide ‘Whatever USA’ Tour, hitting major markets in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, and St. Louis. Tickets including VIP meet-and-greet packages are available online at jakemiller.com/tour.
Today, fans can also purchase a limited-edition SUMMER 19 merch bundle, which is limited to 150 worldwide. The black/white raglan features a pink rose on the front, “SUMMER 19” printed on the back, and the 5-song tracklist printed on the sleeve. The black dad hat has “SUMMER 19” stacked and embroidered on the front. Plus, every customer will receive a link to download the SUMMER 19 EP, including new track “COULD HAVE BEEN YOU.” CLICK HERE to purchase!
Acclaimed recording artist Jake Miller recently issued BASED ON A TRUE STORY., his 6-song EP that he wrote and produced in his bedroom, which skyrocketed to the Top 3 of iTunes’ Pop Albums chart upon release and has gone on to clock 15 million U.S. streams to date. The EP features the Billboard Top 40-charting hit single “WAIT FOR YOU,” which Miller performed on LIVE with Kelly and Ryan and has been featured by the likes of Teen VOGUE, Forbes, and Cosmopolitan. CLICK HEREto listen to BASED ON A TRUE STORY. Available across all digital service providers.
Listen to SUMMER 19 EP On:
UPCOMING TOUR DATES
Sep. 19 — Columbus, OH @ Skully’s
Sep. 20 — Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
Sep. 21 — Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore
Sep. 22 — Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
Sep. 24 — Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage Theater
Sep. 26 — Austin, TX @ Come and Take It Live
Sep. 27 — Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey
Sep. 29 — Mesa, AZ @ Club Red
Oct. 1 — Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theatre
Oct. 2 — Berkeley, CA @ Cornerstone
Oct. 4 — Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Oct. 6 — Denver, CO @ Cervantes’ Other Side
Oct. 8 — Omaha, NE @ Slowdown
Oct. 9 — Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater
Oct. 10 — Saint Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
Oct. 12 — Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave / Eagles Club
Oct. 13 — Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Oct. 15 — Toronto, Canada @ The Opera House
Oct. 16 — Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrews Hall
Oct. 17 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Foxtail
Oct. 18 — New York, NY @ Webster Hall
Oct. 20 — Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club