Bea Miller Cynical Press Photo
Photo by Gina Manning | GIZELLA

Bea Miller channels Marilyn Monroe in a new glam grunge visualizer for her “cynical” single

Bea Miller is an LA-based, 23-year-old independent artist from Maplewood, New Jersey. Not too long ago, she channeled Marilyn Monroe in a new glam grunge visualizer for her “cynical” single. The song finds Miller continuing her newfound journey of independence and freedom of self-expression.

Bea Miller – “cynical” visualizer

“In the video for ‘cynical,’ we wanted to showcase the monotony I’ve felt in relationships by essentially filming the same shot over and over again, with varying emotions.” – Bea Miller explained

The visualizer serves as the second installment of Bea Miller’s twelve-part visual compendium, entitled, BEA MILLER’S CABINET, brought to life by creative partner, Gina Manning / GIZELLA. The video vignette explores the theme of monotony, portraying a glamourous Bea during a gaudy photoshoot where she channels her inner Marilyn Monroe diva.

Co-written with Cara Salimando (Allie X, bülow, Dua Lipa, Hey Violet) and produced by Colin Brittain (Papa Roach, Dashboard Confessional, 5 Seconds of Summer), “cynical” show Bea’s evolution as a singer-songwriter. Further pushing her into the alternative space, the ferocious track is driven by pulsating guitars and crashing drums that perfectly complement her evocative, growling vocals that is sure to gratify fans’ appetites.

Bea Miller

Bea Miller press photo

“‘cynical’ has always been a word I’ve used to describe the way I view love and romance. When my last relationship ended, I felt like it had been destined to crash and burn. Because I was already prepared for that, it didn’t hurt me as much as it should’ve. I don’t think that’s great necessarily, but there was something oddly satisfying about being right.” – Bea Miller explained

2023 has already been a transformative year for Bea Miller, who in early January announced the launch of her label gauche records (ADA Worldwide) and self-released her first single, “lonely b*tch.” The pop-rock tune has racked up over 2.5 million streams globally to date.

Bea Miller – “lonely b*tch” music video

“It’s really important that when my fans hear my music, and if they relate to it, that they’re actually relating to me as a person and not a persona. I can be the person that I am and the artist that I always saw myself becoming, and I feel excited again. Honestly, it’s not even that I’m hoping my fans can see that — they will.” – Bea Miller stated

Bea Miller crafts brutally honest pop-rock songs that pack the raw punch of a live rock show. Her “lonely b*tch” single is the song she has been striving to make for a decade. Fueled by guitar, drums, and an epiphany, Miller sings, “I hate that I don’t hate when you’re around ‘cause I’m a lonely b*tch. You made me glitch, so what am I now?”

The infectious single is the culmination of a composed rebellion, a brave coming-of-age, from starting her career at age 13 to fighting to find her voice at 23. After going independent in early 2022, Miller recommitted to that goal, developing bonds with producer, Colin Brittain and co-writer Cara Salimando, and “lonely b*tch” jumpstarts her most emotional, purest era yet.

Bea Miller – “cynical” single

Bea Miller - “cynical” cover art

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