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Brother-fronted, pop duo Cardiac Half is anything but half-hearted. Brothers Drew and Dylan Miller have been making music under the name Cardiac Half since 2016. After releasing an album in 2021, the duo took an unintentional hiatus due to their fair share of trials, such as health conditions both physical and mental, temporary moves across state lines, new and challenging adulting jobs, and even just the rigorous monotony of life.

But now, almost three years later, the brothers are back and set to release some of their favorite, and most authentic music and content to date. 


To the Miller brothers, Cardiac Half is more than music. It’s a movement, one where people have a voice to share their stories. The name Cardiac Half holds significant meaning as Dylan lives with a heart condition and has survived three open-heart surgeries, and Drew is deaf in his left ear.


Drew is the older brother of the duo. As a result of deafness in his left ear, he makes up the "Half" portion of Cardiac Half. His initial goal after graduating college was to pursue a solo career, and he initially recorded two songs under his name with Griffin, Ga producer,  Jason Hoard. It was in 2016 that the plan for Cardiac Half began to take shape. Drew covers majority of the songwriting for the group as well as lead vocals, piano, synths, and extra auxiliary parts.

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Dylan is the younger brother of the duo. His heart condition and three-open heart surgeries contributes to the "Cardiac" portion of Cardiac Half. He followed Drew's footsteps with the music dream & has handled majority of the business side of the band since Cardiac Half started. Dylan covers bass guitar, bass synths, auxiliary parts, and BGVs.
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