It has been ten years, a full decade, since former Beulah frontman Miles Kurosky released his debut solo LP The Desert of Shallow Effects. After a brief tour to promote the album, Kurosky disappeared off the face of the earth. Until yesterday when producer and former Beulah bassist Eli Crews casually dropped a stunning update on his personal Facebook account: “Further work on the new Miles Kurosky record.” Pics or it didn’t happen, you say? Welp, Crews posted this photo of Kurosky strumming an acoustic guitar, cozy in jeans and house slippers, surrounded by dusty amps and vintage keyboards.
photo by Eli Crews
Who knows when Kurosky’s second solo LP will find its way to your phone/turntable, but now is the time to officially get excited for more Miles in our life. Talk about long over due.