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  • About

    Italian born, London based, Alice Pisano had a bright entrance to the scene in 2019 with her heart-warming debut EP ‘Celebrate Life’. Released with no label or backing, ‘Celebrate Life EP’ picked up immediate editorial support on Spotify, critical acclaim from online tastemakers including Atwood Magazine and support from numerous national and online radios. The title track Celebrate Life has garnered over four million Spotify streams alone. Following her successful debut, Alice had four singles enter the iTunes Pop charts, radio plays on stations including BBC Radio London, National Dutch Radio, Amazing Radio and over 3 million views on TikTok. Her single “Open Up” was the lead soundtrack to the summer trailer of British hit tv show Hollyoaks in 2021. Alice played at The Great Escape Festival 2022 and was one of the First Fifty artists to be announced. Accumulating numerous Spotify editorial support, including 14 New Music Fridays, as well as critical acclaim from Clash, Earmilk and Wonderland, Alice Pisano is proving to be a rising star in the contemporary pop scene. Alice’s uniquely warm vocal and natural ability for writing emotive pop songs has led her to collaborating with Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Ian Barter (Dermott Kennedy, Izzy Bizu), John Foyle (Maisie Peters, Years & Years) and Troy Miller (Emeli Sandé, Jamie Cullum). In July 2022 Alice released ‘Boys Like You’ written with Jez Ashurst (Maisie Peters, Little Mix), the second single from her upcoming EP 'Shattered but still cool'. The track received great editorial support from Spotify, featuring on 6 New Music Fridays including NMF UK and on more editorial playlists including New Pop UK, Fresh Finds Global etc. It was reviewed on Earmilk and Noctis Magazine and is played regularly on BBC Radio Wales where Alice was also interviewed live by H from Steps on his Friday Night show. ​ Brand new single 'Ink' is out now.

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 Effervescent songwriting, her lilting voice carries a huge degree of emotion - Clash Magazine