ALICE PISANO Releases Delicate Yet Soaring Pop Ballad SEVENTEEN

“I wrote this song about my first love. I was staying at my parents’ house in lockdown, and being in my old room, rediscovering old photos and diaries, brought back lots of memories and forgotten feelings. I found myself reliving the power of that first love…maybe you can’t love anyone that deeply more than once.”
16th April 2021

By Vee D

Italian born, London-based singer-songwriter Alice Pisano has shared her brand new single Seventeen, a delicate yet soaring pop ballad that shines a bright light on Alice’s silky, emotive vocals. Produced by Troy Miller (Emeli Sandé, Jamie Callum), the moving harmonies and lavish instrumental textures help the lyrics soar as they explore feelings of regret for a long gone teenage love, and the awareness that the sweetest things are often those that are lost.

“I wrote this song about my first love,” details Alice. “I was staying at my parents’ house in lockdown, and being in my old room, rediscovering old photos and diaries, brought back lots of memories and forgotten feelings. I found myself reliving the power of that first love…maybe you can’t love anyone that deeply more than once.”

Seventeen follows the release of her upbeat streaming hit Crush, featured in a number of high-profile playlists across the world. Each new song highlights her captivating diversity as she continues to gain momentum, her intimate storytelling and enchanting vocals leading the charge as she prepares for more exciting releases later this year. 

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