Noah Cunane Pens "Miami" For the One Who Got Away
It seems as if Noah Cunane has an innate gift for releasing extremely relatable songs. From his standout single "Lips," to his latest release "Miami," Cunane instantly wins our hearts over every time.
Today sees Cunane dropping what is arguably his best single to date, "Miami." He reminisces about his first love he meets at a party in Miami. The story of a girl he could picture forever with but ultimately leaves him in the dust with only memories of the times they had and a vacant place left inside his heart. Simply put, the song hits home. Cunane leaves the impression that there's still hope for him to one day reconnect, but, until then, the world is on pause while he searches for her again.
Not only are we blessed with a beautiful song, but a music video to make the message crystal clear. The video portrays Cunane navigating through his memories of the party where he fell head over heels. He's seen walking past friends who seem to be frozen in time, with cobwebs and dust building up on them, illustrating the nostalgic feeling of his past that seems like it's been untouched for so long.
Throughout the video it flashes back and forth between the now and then. How real it felt in the moment, but as the party comes to a close, the girl of his dreams seems to disappear right in front of him with no way of keeping her close. It allows you to connect with a sense of security in an insecure situation. Offering the feeling of "it's okay not to be okay".
"Miami" is a song that brings you back the good and bad of a first love gone too soon. The desire for closure you never got and hoping that one day you'll cross paths again to pick up where you started.
Listen to "Miami" below: