One of my favourite new artists on the scene” - BBC Introducing

Genevieve Miles’ funk and dance influences blend with her trademark psychedelic pop elements, creating a sound inspired by the likes of Talking Heads, Courtney Barnett and Khruangbin. Described recently by Local and Live as “a true artist of today's generation,” Miles grew up on the folk scene of Oxfordshire before moving to Birmingham in 2018, where she began to fine tune her innovative and unique take on alternative-pop. Her single ‘Good’, was first launched on a Hyundai advert and accumulated over a million views. Miles’ songwriting and live show continue to grow in maturity, as she begins to openly refuse to adhere to any rules, embracing rock, jazz and reggae influences. 

Genevieve has an exciting summer of shows ahead, including slots at Camp Bestival, Wychwood Festival and Lichfield Fuse Festival.

New EP,So heavy, so hard to holdwas featured in BBC Introducing’s top tracks of 2023, listed in Dead Good Music’s top ten EPs of 2023 and gained spots on Amazing Radio's 'Indie' and 'Easy Listening' playlists. The EP, which Unrecorded says offers “a sonic embrace to all who listen,” has also gained support from the likes of Grrrl Music, Brum Radio and Earmilk

BBC Radio have also consistently supported Genevieve with airplay as well as live opportunities, including a slot at BBC Introducing Live in 2019, their joint showcase with Birmingham Music Awards in 2020 and their digital BBC Airwaves Festival in 2021, culminating in playing their stage at Truck Festival 2023.  

As well as playing Truck Festival, 2023 was an exciting year including her first UK tour, a slot at a fringe event of The Great Escape Festival and playing Big Retreat Festival.

Other past notable gigs include Cornbury Festival, The Eden Project and O2 Academy Birmingham. 

On the live experience, Genevieve says: "I love throwing myself around on stage and shouting as loud as I can: it's for all those years that I stayed quiet, didn’t get mad, people pleased. This is the time of the wild woman: we are loud, emotional, ALIVE." 

Her wide range of influence was also celebrated when Fontaines D.C shared her acoustic cover of their song I Don’t Belong’ for the online Rock the Breadline fundraiser. 

This song solidifies her position as a vibrant and innovative artist to watch.” - Turtle Tempo




Unlike anything I've heard from the region before.” - Get It Shared


Live at Truck Festival 2023