Nova Miller Debuts “Add A Little Fire”

Swedish Nova Miller is no ordinary 15-year-old. Gifted with a five-octave vocal range and sound beyond her years, she is also a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and dancer. Nova has set her sights on the stars and is emerging as one of the most promising young breakouts acts from Scandinavia to hit the scene.

Mattias Bardå

Her new energy-rich, soul-filled single ’Add A Little Fire’ is released the 6th of January, and it’s the theme song for the TV program ”Kungahuset 9-5” which airs on Christmas Day on Swedish national television, TV4; Involved in the project is also Lars Norgren, who’s worked with some of Sweden’s most successful artists such as Tove Lo and Sabina Ddumba.


Besides that, she has previously been seen and heard several times on popular Swedish TV programs and her music video for the latest single ‘So Good‘ was premiered by MTV. Nova is currently working on her upcoming EP and already has over 1.7 million plays on Spotify and over 80,000 views on YouTube. In addition, she is also filming original content for ‘Disney Europe‘ where she already has a growing fan base.

Inspired by stars like Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, and Ariana Grande, Nova’s songs are guitar and beat-driven. They contain storytelling musicianship which caught the attention of the artist John Legend who then assumed the role of her mentor. As a small child, Nova accompanied her parents, both musicians, all around Sweden on music tours. She began to play the violin at only four years old and later on also guitar and piano. She is a passionate vegan, anti-bullying and young peoples’ rights activist, often wearing her signature ‘crown’ as a reminder to keep her head up against insecurities.

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