MiRato is an emerging independent singer/songwriter who made her professional solo recording debut three years ago. She was only 13 years old at the time. Still only 16, the prolific young artist has already produced an impressive catalog of original music.
Since dropping her debut single “Dishonesty” in 2020, MiRato has released six singles as well as the 2021 five-song EP Glossary:Ephemeral. She is a talented and eclectic artist with an experimental flare. Citing the inspiration of artists from across the spectrum of pop and r&b music, she has created a distinct and soulful indie vibe.
“Why Can’t You Love Me Like That?” is the brand new song from MiRato, released worldwide via all major streaming services on December 28, 2022. Orchestral strings introduce the track. Soon we find the singer alone at her piano. Ethereal synths and backing vocals paint the edges of the mix and create a dream-like melancholy scene as she delivers a heartbreaker of a torch song
Check out “Why Can’t You Love Me Like That?” below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Chill playlist, or listen on your favorite streaming service. We had the chance to chat with MiRato about the song. Check out her answers to our 8 questions below. Follow the links at the end of this article to connect with the artist and stay in the loop on all of the music to come from this talented young singer.
8 Questions with MiRato
Where are you from?
I’m from the UK !!
How long have you been making music?
I’ve been making music for about 3 years but have been singing for 13 years.
Who are the musicians involved in your project?
Amora Chérie wrote the lyrics and Youth Collectif produced the beat.
Who are your biggest musical influences?
I am inspired a lot by artists like Beyonce, Jennifer Hutson, Prince – all the greats really – I grew up listening to them and they have had a huge influence on my vocal style and the type of music I want to make eventually.
What is your greatest non-musical influence?
Movies mainly because you can see life through the perspective of another character and they explore different concepts in a way that is complex through use of colours and themes, I’ve always found things like that really interesting.
What inspired you to create this project?
It seemed like a great opportunity to collaborate with a writer because we are both small creators and we have a similar vibe and approach when it comes to music, so it seemed like a fun opportunity.
What are your plans for the future (musically)?
My plans for the future musically is to perform on the big stages, as cliché as it sounds, I’ve wanted this since I was 3 and every small step I take towards my dream is something I celebrate
Is there anything else you would like to say?
I hope you all enjoy the song and look out for new stuff in the future