The harmonically-rich song features both singers delivering the romantic tune over a vibrant production that marries pop, country and soul influences together perfectly.
“I’ve always been a fan of BRELAND so I’m so glad we got to collaborate on ‘Miles’,” shares Tiera, who co-wrote the track with Daniel Breland, Cameron Bedell and Jared Scott. “This is the first collaboration I’ve ever done, and I couldn’t think of a better person to do it with. BRELAND brings something so special to the song and I was blown away at how perfectly it all came together.”
“Tiera is an incredibly talented young artist in Nashville, and I am honored to feature on ‘Miles’ with her,” adds BRELAND. “It means a lot to me to have two Black Country singers drop a song during Black History Month.”
This new release follows Tiera’s earlier releases, which include an acoustic and studio rendition of “Found It In You,” “Shut It Down,” “Be Kind” and “Rewind.” The rising singer-songwriter is also signed to Nicolle Galyon’s female-focused publishing company, Songs & Daughters,
BRELAND, on the other hand, rolled out two EPs last year—a self-titled seven-song project that includes the smash track “My Truck” with Sam Hunt, and Rage & Sorrow, featuring the poignant ballad “Real Men Don’t Cry.”
Listen to “Miles” and other new country releases on our New Nashville playlist below.