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Italian-born, London-based, Alice Pisano is a rising star in the contemporary pop scene. Blessed with a uniquely warm and silky voice, Pisano has a natural ability for writing relatable, emotive songs that connect and since her debut in 2019, she has garnered a fantastic name for herself.

Accumulating a huge amount of Spotify editorial support, the singles from Pisano’s new EP 'Shattered But Still Cool' - “Boys Like You”, “Ink”, “Where My Heart Is” and "Pretty Girls" - made their way to Spotify's Global Fresh Finds playlist, 6 New Music Fridays, New Pop UK, as well as many more editorial playlists. As well as garnering critical acclaim from online tastemakers including Clash, Earmilk, Wonderland, METAL and Atwood Magazine, "Boys Like You” was regularly played on BBC Radio Wales and Pisano was also interviewed live by H from Steps on his Friday Night show. With “Ink”, "Where My Heart Is” and "Pretty Girls" Pisano hit a major milestone in her career, as all tracks were played on BBC Radio 1’s Future Pop Show.

Pisano played two shows at The Great Escape Festival 2022 and was one of the first 50 artists to be announced. With shining global success, her debut single “Celebrate 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 lead soundtrack to the summer trailer of the British hit TV series Hollyoaks. Needless to say, Alice Pisano is quickly establishing herself as one of the most exciting new artists on the pop scene.

Some of the producers and writers Pisano has collaborated with include Jez Ashurst (Maisie Peters, Little Mix), Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Ian Barter (Dermott Kennedy, Izzy Bizu), John Foyle (Maisie Peters, Years & Years) and Troy Miller (Emeli Sandé, Jamie Cullum).


"A true pop princess" 

Maia Beth, BBC Radio 1


"Effervescent songwriting, her lilting voice carries a huge degree of emotion"

Clash Magazine 

Alice writes wonderful songs that speak directly to people 

Richard Gottehrer, songwriter and founder of The Orchard. 

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