Miya Folick Teams Up with Skinny Atlas for “Can’t Have It All” Single

Miya Folick Teams Up with Skinny Atlas for "Can't Have It All" Single
Miya Folick Photo by Jonny Marlow

NY-based producer and multi-instrumentalist Skinny Atlas teams up with acclaimed vocalist, songwriter and producer Miya Folick to release a new single “Can’t Have It All.” The track is a flip of “Ordinary,” a fan favorite from Folick’s sophomore album ROACH.

Known for his signature sad lofi pop background (the basis of most of his catalog through a year at Nettwerk) Skinny wanted to experiment with new sounds for his next drop. A deep dive through the label roster led him to the indie pop music of rising star Miya Folick.

For Skinny, hearing Folick’s track “Ordinary” brought out a nostalgic feeling and a vivid memory of earlier days in the SoundCloud scene, where producers would flip songs and add their own twist on specific lyrics and melodies. On a whim, he downloaded an audio file of the song with no stems and began to work, presenting it to Miya and her team after already completing his version. This track serves as a mature and definitive stepping stone in his career.

“This song is about slowing down, looking inward, taking time with the people you love,” Folick shares of the original song. “Things don’t have to be a party or a spectacle. They don’t have to be special to feel special. Rather than finding joy in rushing into things, I’m finding joy in patience, in quiet, in getting to know somebody slowly.”


August 4—Salt Lake City, UT—The Gallivan Center‡§
August 5—Missoula, MT—Big Sky Brewing Company‡§
August 6—Spokane, WA—Pavilion at Riverfront‡§
August 8—Vancouver, BC—PNE Amphitheater‡§
August 9—Bend, OR—Hayden Homes Amphitheater‡§
August 12—Las Vegas, NV—Virgin Hotels Las Vegas – The Theater‡
August 13—Santa Barbara, CA—Santa Barbara Bowl‡§
August 15—Vail, CO—Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater‡§
August 16—Vail, CO—Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater‡§
August 18—Lincoln, NE—Pinewood Bowl Amphitheater‡§
August 19—Tulsa, OK—Tulsa Theater‡§
August 20—Columbia, MO—9th Street Summerfest‡§
August 21—Madison, WI—The Sylvee‡§
August 22—Madison, WI—The Sylvee‡§
September 2-3—Napa, CA—Down in the Valley
Sep 14—Vancouver, BC— Rio Theatre
September 15—Seattle, WA—Barboza
September 16—Portland, OR—Polaris Hall
September 18—San Francisco, CA—The Independent
September 19—Los Angeles, CA—The Roxy Theatre
September 22—San Diego, CA—Voodoo Room
September 23—Phoenix, AZ—The Rebel Lounge
September 24—Las Vegas, NV—Life is Beautiful Festival
September 26—Salt Lake City, UT—Kilby Court
September 27—Denver, CO—Bluebird Theater
September 29—Minneapolis, MN—7th Street Entry
September 30—Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall
October 2—Toronto, ON—The Great Hall
October 5—Brooklyn, NY—Music Hall of Williamsburg
October 6—Allston, MA—Brighton Music Hall
October 7—Washington, D.C.—The Atlantis
October 8—Philadelphia, PA—The Foundry
October 10—Atlanta, GA—Vinyl
October 11—Nashville, TN—The Blue Room at Third Man Records
October 14—Austin, TX—Austin City Limits

‡ with The Head and the Heart
with Father John Misty

Stream “Can’t Have It All” HERE


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