Mila Nile drops nostalgia drenched debut EP ‘Do You Remember That?’

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Mia Nile

“With every release the rising Pop star ups spectacle in every way, from the writing and  production to the accompanying visual identity. I’m steadfast in my opinion that Mila Nile is one  of the best acts to break through the monotony of today’s Commercial Pop landscape.”  – Luke, Futuremag Music 

“All hail our new pop queen.” – Celline Narinli, Triple J Unearthed 

“Mila is an extremely smart songwriter.” – Nic Kelly, Project U 

“There is a uniqueness, a smartness and a real artistry in her music which has only gotten better  and better as her career has progressed.” – Women In Pop 

“The Swedish Lorde” – Fashion Journal  

“This icy alternative pop innovator glides over boisterous beats with a cool and collected vibe  that can only be compared to icons of the genre” – Tone Deaf 

Sydney-based Indie pop innovator Mila Nile, celebrates  the release of her debut EP, Do You Remember That?,  a collection of nostalgia-soaked pop tracks chronicling  the five most influential moments in the singer’s   journey from adolescence to adulthood.

“Like most people, I’ve spent more of the past year thinking about the life I’ve lived than actually  living it,” Mila explains. “That’s definitely reflected in this collection”.  

The five-track EP features a track listing in chronological order, exploring the highest highs and  lowest lows of the Swedish-born singer’s life.  

The EP’s lead single, Old School Calling, sits at the more optimistic end of the EP’s emotional  spectrum, a joyful celebration song about friendships that feel like they’ve existed for a lifetime.  The track’s upbeat chorus is buoyed by a gang vocal, featuring voices of some of Mila’s closest  friends, recorded in their homes around the world.  

The EP’s penultimate track, Daughter, is a heartfelt examination of life as an Australian-based  expat unable to return home to family and friends in Covid times. The raw performance features  Mila Nile at her most vulnerable, as she pleads for a chance to return to the simplicity of being  close to family.  

Mila Nile will be celebrating the release of her debut EP, Do You Remember That?, with a launch  party at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory Gallery Bar in early September (dates pending due to Covid  conditions).  

Do You Remember That? 

All tracks written by Mila Nile & Simon Brock    

Produced by HVTCH    

Distributed globally by AWAL   

Track-by-track breakdown 

Break My Heart To The Beat 

A brooding, 80’s-infused bop about dealing with loss and dancing out your demons. 

Too Much Like Love 

A bright, shimmering track about trying not to fall in love – and failing joyfully. 

Old School Calling 

An R&B-influenced singalong jam about new friendships that feel like they’ll last forever. 


A homesick ballad about how getting what you want isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. 

Don’t Need Your Love 

A self-love anthem about how the only opinion that really matters is your own. 


Mila is play at the Oxford Art Factory Gallery Bar on the 1st of October!

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