Singer-songwriter Dan Miraldi dropped his 60’s inspired single “Buzzin” that’s the love song perfect for your honey.
“Buzzin” has the classic 60’s rock and roll bass and guitar chords, old school beat and production, making you feel like going back to riding bikes in the street on a summer day or as the rock and roller said “it’s 1964 and we’re playing in a chill smoky lounge.” Working with his friend Nathan Hedges, who shares Miraldi’s love for rock and roll, helped with the production of the new single. Inspired by his life in New York, Miraldi wanted a “feel-good summer love song” but to also create “a sense of longing that I try to frame in a happy-sounding way.” Simply put, Miraldi describes “Buzzin’” as “optimistic, but also questioning.”
This is Miraldi’s sixth single he’s released this year, along with his 8-track Mood Music For Introverts EP, which showcased a softer side to his usual rock and roll/pop discography, all written, sang, and produced by himself. The EP is the perfect calm the world needs right now, even if it is just a moment.
Although he may not have a huge following, this Cleveland native is not one to underestimate with his powerful vocals and artful guitar playing. Miraldi has worked with some of the best in the business such as the likes of J. Roddy Walston & the Business, Nelly, Wiz Khalifa, The Wailers, Wild Feathers, Wally Bryson of the Raspberries, Beatle offspring James McCartney, Welshly Arms, Ari Hest, Blackalicious, Fiery Furnaces, and Wang Chung.