Top 40 Songs of 2012: Miles Kane – First of My Kind

#Top40Songs2012 by Sam Skilton
Alongside Bradley Wiggins, Miles Kane was one of the catalysts of a mini mod-revival during 2012. Having emerged from Alex Turner’s shadow, he has grown into one of the most reputable British rock and roll artists over the past couple of years. ‘First of My Kind’ – released as a one-off single on Record Store Day – demonstrates that the former Rascals frontman’s hunger to succeed as a solo artist is greater than ever before. In the video he cuts a lone but striking figure, matching the track’s imposing dynamism. The whole thing harks back to a famous old quote from a 1979 film: “Look, I don’t wanna be the same as everybody else. That’s why I’m a Mod, see?”
Released: 20 April 2012
Label: Sony Music Entertainment
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One Response to Top 40 Songs of 2012: Miles Kane – First of My Kind

  1. lewisdohren says:

    Reblogged this on lewisdohren and commented:
    Miles Kane is the main man!

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