Alice Pisano reveals latest bop, "Ink"

Following on from her previous single "Boys Like You" Alice Pisano is back and has recently revealed her latest pop bop, "Ink". The London-based singer-songwriter has been on a steady rise since she started to release her music back in May 2018 and has culminated (for now at least) with her getting in excess of 5 million plays on Spotify alone and 65k monthly listeners - and when you give "Ink" a spin you too will find out why she's got stats that good.

"Ink" is a sun-kissed feel-good pop-bop.

"Ink" is the type of pop track that straddles over into a handful of other genres, you have a synthy pop undertone to the intro and following shortly is the shimmering guitar tone which gives the listener this sun-kissed summer vibe that you'd find in indie-pop tracks. 

Vocally I'm reminded of Holly Humberstone mixed with the punchy tones of Lauren Mayberry of Chvrches, but what Alice has that they don't is this capability to sound flawless from start to finish. 

Lifted from her forthcoming EP titled "Shattered But Still Cool" this is a great snapshot as to what you should expect from the next batch of tracks. With love from BBC Radio Wales, BBC Introducing and multiple Spotify editorial playlists I'm sure Alice is on the cusp of being a household name if she continues along this trajectory, even having a play BBC Radio 1 the other day on the Future Pop Show by Mollie King!

Speaking about the single Alice mentions - "We wrote 'Ink' back in February, the day Storm Eunice hit the UK. I braved the red weather warning to write this song - my mum said I was crazy - but I’m so glad I did! Ink definitely felt like a special one straightaway, we were so excited about it…we were dancing around the studio and hopefully it will make other people dance too!"