With tour slots supporting Rudimental, Tinie Tempah and Ella Henderson plus extensive radio play on Radio 1, Kiss FM and Capital in her arsenal, 2016 is shaping up to be the year Mila Falls takes centre stage with her most personal and revealing works to date. Eternally creative and keen to showcase her new sound ‘Can’t Let You Go’ places Mila’s soft, raspy vocals gently on a bed of upbeat 70’s funk beats which gives a profound sense of optimism to a track which lyrically talks of the idealistic notion of wishing for a love to be rekindled which has in reality been lost forever. The track captures perfectly the freedom and strength which arises from within when allowing oneself to be vulnerable following heartbreak. While the concept of love and loss is one which has been addressed time and again most artists portray these themes as the domain of teenage romances. ‘Can’t Let You Go’ focuses on a whole different type of loss, the pain of losing someone you have shared your entire adult life with and knowing that you will never get them back but with the knowledge that life must go on.