Mia Wray’s Debut Proper, ‘Work For Me’, Is What A Proper Journalist Would Probably Call ‘Arresting’

But a journalist I am not so have these words instead.

24, lives in Melbourne, big voice, and Work For Me begins with minimal production that lets some really nicely stacked vocals drive it, bit of a BANKS energy but also something uniquely Australian about it too.

Then it explodes into a horn-laden gospel moment primed for a sync on some sort of raunchy underworld drama series on Channel Nine. Like an Underbelly.

The cool thing is she lays it pretty bare what she’s about in these three minutes, but I already want to hear more, which is always a good sign. Work For Me is the beginning and you can just tell there’s a whole world to come.

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