MIRI is an artist, musician, songwriter, and community activist. Recognised for her distinctive soulful vocal tone and classic British songwriting, her distinctive brand of soulful pop has been heard on various BBC radio shows along with countless independent and community stations. While MIRI’s music weaves stories, it’s her day-to-day life that she uses for inspiration. With songs discussing political injustices and the challenges we face internally and externally, MIRI is not afraid to tackle tough subjects and shares her experiences candidly. MIRI spoke to John Kennedy on his X-Posure Radio X show about being one of 64 voices on LOUD WOMEN’s single ‘Reclaim These Streets’ raising money for Women’s Aid UK. MIRI recently featured in Episode 1 of Marshall Amplification’s #WhyDoYouPlay campaign alongside Simon Neil (Biffy Clyro) and young drummer Paul Goumou. MIRI has curated, hosted and performed at a host of venues and events across the UK & Europe including The Lexington, Southbank Centre, Bush Hall, 100 Club, Greenbelt Festival, Art Lover Ground (Barcelona) & Sofa Sounds (London, Amsterdam & Rotterdam), whilst also supporting music and mental health awareness charities, community projects and performing her music in male prisons.