Italian born, London based, Alice Pisano had a bright entrance to the scene in late 2018 with her heart-warming 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 BBC Introducing and National Dutch Radio NPO Radio 2. The title track ‘Celebrate Life’ has since amassed 4 million streams on Spotify. 


In 2020 Alice released ‘Tears Will Set You Free’, an uplifting ballad written with Benjamin Francis Leftwich, which was also supported on Spotify with editorial playlist adds and played on the National Dutch Radio, as well as entering the iTunes Pop Charts.


Alice’s upbeat, bubbly single ‘Crush’ dropped in January 2021: it was added to 17 editorial Spotify playlists including 10 New Music Fridays (Global, Sweden, Italy, Denmark etc.), played on the National Dutch Radio and Amazing Radio UK.


Single ‘Seventeen’ - an acoustic-led emotive ballad - was featured on Clash Magazine. It's a hymn to first love, the passing time and all things that are lost.

​'Open Up' was released in July 2021 and was immediately selected as the soundtrack for the summer trailer of the British hit TV series Hollyoaks. Supported by Spotify’s editorial playlists (including New Pop Revolution), online tastemaker Wonderland and played numerous times on Amazing Radio UK and US plus national radio, the track was a return to the recent up-tempo work Alice has released.

Latest single 'September' - a bittersweet ballad - is out now and has been supported by Spotify with editorial adds including 'Easy', featured on Earmilk, Atwood Magazine as well as reaching one million views on Tiktok.

Alice is one of the First Fifty artists announced for The Great Escape 2022 and has supported The Boo Radleys on their UK tour in 2021.

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).

"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.