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Graeme Miller ‘Dog Eared’ : Vagary that makes the consequential world, settle like dust of existing.

Graeme Miller

Off of the latest EP, ‘Camp Chair’ (out now), the beautifully touching and poignant relevance of ‘Dog Eared’, calms your nerves and brings to peace of mind in heart.

It’s the song that reminds you that there is always a ‘home’ to keep you feeling yourself again. But as human beings, the complexity of our emotions, layer by layer, pauses our better-senses and keeps us at bay of happiness – love – belonging.

The Nova Scotia, Canada originating soul writes for the sanity that is needed to go on.

A sanity of self and harmony – and the environmental vagary that makes the consequential world, settle like dust of existing.

Beautifully done, indeed.

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