Hundred Waters’ Nicole Miglis Announces Debut Solo Album, Shares Video for New Song “Autograph”: Watch

Hundred Waters’ Nicole Miglis Announces Debut Solo Album, Shares Video for New Song “Autograph”: Watch


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Hundred Waters singer and multi-instrumentalist Nicole Miglis has announced her debut solo album. Myopia is out August 23 via Sargent House, and you can listen to a new song, “Autograph,” now. It comes with a music video in which two versions of Miglis dine out together at a trendy restaurant. As the clip continues, it’s revealed that Miglis also works as a waitress, chef, and artist. Watch it below.

“There’s the myopia of desire, love, obsession—the feeling of only being able to see that one person in everything, everywhere,” Miglis said of her new song. “There’s also personal myopia of not seeing your potential or your power, of not zooming out; limiting beliefs.”

“Autograph” is technically the second single to come from Myopia, following last month’s “All I See Is You.” Miglis recorded most of the album with a portable setup while on the road, crafting songs and stories in real time as she experienced them. While it’s her first full-length LP under her own name, she did share Un1ty Flute, in 2021, under the name Batry Powr.

Hundred Waters’ last album, Communicating, came out in 2017.

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01 All I See Is You
02 Heaven Sent
03 City Rats
04 One and Only
05 Autograph
06 Lure
07 Silver Wild
08 Sleep All Day
09 Blink of an Eye

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