Introducing Italian-born, London-based, Alice Pisano, a contemporary pop artist who made a bright entrance to the scene back in 2018. Since then, she has garnered a fantastic name for herself, offering listeners an ecstatic realm of lyrical bliss and contagious musicality.
Now, Pisano releases “Ink”, the second single from her upcoming EP Shattered But Still Cool following the relatable “Boys Like You”. Written and produced alongside Anthony Goldsbrough (Sam Tompkins, Charlotte OC) and Gavin Powell (Emeli Sandè, Jake Isaac), her new single explores how intense love can be for an introvert. Pisano confides, “I can get a bit shy in social situations, especially at big parties. But I also have a more bubbly and outgoing side, and having a crush on someone tends to drag me out of my shell. When I wrote it I was dating someone and I was in that initial infatuation phase, when you get butterflies in your stomach. It didn’t end well, but that is another story!”
As Pisano’s dreamy vocals rise above energised synthesisers, “Ink” is enveloped by blissful melodies and a blaring bassline that would find a home on any dancefloor. She has released yet another single that genuinely encapsulates her burning desire for true pop-perfection. Pisano explains, “I hope Ink can be a mood booster and make someone dance, feel good and energised!”
With shining global success, her debut single “Celebrated Life” garnered over four million Spotify streams alone. Following her successful debut, Pisano also had four singles enter the iTunes Pop charts, numerous radio plays on stations including the BBC and over one million views on TikTok with her single “September”. Her single “Open Up” was featured as the soundtrack to the summer trailer of the British hit TV series Hollyoaks. This year, Pisano played two shows at The Great Escape Festival and was one of the first 50 artists to be announced. Accumulating a huge amount of Spotify editorial support, her latest single “Boys Like You” made its way to Spotify’s Global Fresh Finds playlist, 6 New Music Fridays, New Pop UK, as many more editorial playlists. As well as garnering critical acclaim from online tastemakers including Clash, Earmilk, Wonderland and Atwood Magazine, “Boys Like You” is regularly played on BBC Radio Wales and Pisano was also interviewed live by H from Steps on his Friday Night show. Alice Pisano is truly proving to be a rising star in the contemporary pop scene.
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