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Slow Moving Millie

Slow Moving Millie

Slow Moving Millie


Amelia Warner writes and performs songs under the name "Slow Moving Millie". She grew up in Ladbroke Grove, London, via Liverpool & has been playing music and penning songs ever since she can remember. Here is some background information on Slow Moving Millie from the Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want Songfacts. Slow Moving Millie is an actress/singer who was born Amelia Catherine Ekblom in Liverpool, Merseyside, to actress Annette Ekblom and actor Alun Lewis. Read more on Last.fm
Amelia Warner writes and performs songs under the name "Slow Moving Millie". She grew up in Ladbroke Grove, London, via Liverpool & has been playing music and penning songs ever since she can remember. Here is some background information on Slow Moving Millie from the Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want Songfacts. Slow Moving Millie is an actress/singer who was born Amelia Catherine Ekblom in Liverpool, Merseyside, to actress Annette Ekblom and actor Alun Lewis. After deciding to follow her parents in the acting profession, she won herself roles in television (Casualty, Lorna Doone and feature films Mansfield Park, Aeon Flux under the name of Amelia Warner.

She also had a brief marriage with Hellraiser actor Colin Farrell between July and November 2001. Having already composed music for several short films, Warner wrote and performed the song "Beasts " under the name "Slow Moving Millie" for a Virgin Media television commercial in the summer of 2009. The track was released as a single on 17 August 2009 and its follow-up, "Rewind City " was used for another advertisement for Orange UK. In October 2011, Warner signed a record deal with Island Records and released an album, Renditions containing versions of 80s songs redone in a piano ballad style. They included the single "Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want," which originally featured on the flip side of The Smiths' early single " "William, It Was Really Nothing." Read more on Last.fm.

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