Blessed with a uniquely warm and silky voice, Italian born, London based Alice Pisano is a rising pop star with a natural ability to write catchy, emotionally charged anthems about dating and heartbreak.
Accumulating a huge amount of Spotify editorial support, the singles from Pisano’s EP 'Shattered But Still Cool' released in February 2023 made their way to Spotify's Global Fresh Finds playlist, 6 New Music Fridays, New Pop UK, as well as many more editorial playlists. The EP entered the iTunes Pop Charts and garnered critical acclaim from online tastemakers including Earmilk, METAL and Atwood Magazine. Single 'Boys Like You' - about dating apps - was regularly played on BBC Radio Wales and Pisano was also interviewed live by H from Steps on his Friday Night show. 'Ink' was played on BBC Radio London by Jess Iszatt on BBC Introducing.
With the EP, Pisano hit a major milestone in her career, as all tracks were played on BBC Radio 1’s Future Pop Show.
Pisano recently supported Robert Grace in London, played two shows at The Great Escape Festival 2022 and was one of the First Fifty artists to be announced. With shining global success, her heart-warming debut single “Celebrate Life” garnered over four million Spotify streams alone. Following her successful debut, Pisano had seven singles featured on 27 New Music Fridays, four singles in the iTunes Pop charts, reviews on Clash, Wonderland, over six million views on TikTok. Her single “Open Up” was featured as the lead soundtrack to the summer trailer of the British hit TV series Hollyoaks. Atwood Magazine included Pisano in their list of ‘Artists to Watch in 2023’. Needless to say, Alice Pisano is 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 (Izzy Bizu, Cloves), John Foyle (Years & Years, Grace Davies) and Troy Miller (Emeli Sandé, Jamie Cullum).
New single ‘Not The Same’ is out now. As well as featuring on METAL Magazine, Spotify’s Fresh Finds Pop and Apple Music’s New In Pop in 75 countries, the track is Alice’s fourth single to have been played on BBC Radio 1’s Future Pop Show.
"A true pop princess"
Maia Beth, BBC Radio 1
"Effervescent songwriting, her lilting voice carries a huge degree of emotion"
“Alice writes wonderful songs that speak directly to people ”
Richard Gottehrer, songwriter and founder of The Orchard.