Promising Melbourne artist Mia Wray recently shared her cathartic-pop anthem “Rerun” via Ivy League Records. It’s a breezy effort uplifted by swelling synths and a bold production. This is Wray’s fifth overall single, but she's already showcasing a breath of fresh air in the teeming indie-pop landscape.
Wray’s vocals are empowering, landing in the infectious realm of Maggie Rogers. “Rerun” comes off as an ode to being set free from the shackles life sometimes places on one. The songwriting is honest and confident, with a vocal delivery that’s heartfelt and earnest. “Rerun” hits the spot, a perfectly packaged alternative-pop song that is striking, anthemic, and all-around good-feeling. The track was accompanied by a music video directed by Triana Hernandez with visuals showcasing Wray driving on the opening road, feeling liberated and unbind by yesterday’s fears.
"I wrote Rerun in a time where I was starting to take risks with my music," shares Mia Wray over email. “I felt like for the first time I was allowing myself to dream big and just say ‘fuck it, why not?’”
“Rerun” has Mia Wray embarking on a new frontier, following the releases of her 2021 singles “Needs,” “Never Gonna Be The Same,” and “Work For Me.”