London’s FIZA makes her debut with optimistic bedroom-pop jaunt ‘Pieces’

We love covering debut singles here at Unrecorded, there’s just something so exciting about hearing an artist or band’s very first track and speculating on what the future could hold for them. That sense of anticipation is doubly so when it’s a song as good as ‘Pieces’ from North West London’s FIZA.

It’s a really joyful and energetic song that’s come from personal advancement following adversity, which is why we supposed the sunflowers, as symbols of growth, are featured in the artwork. Here, the British newcomer speaks more on the context surrounding ‘Pieces’:

“‘Pieces’ is about the difficulties in trying to piece yourself and your life back together whilst going through the trials and tribulations of life and what it throws at you. It is about reminding yourself you are stronger than you give yourself credit for and you can help guide yourself into a future you are comfortable with.”

After a short introduction to warm the listener up, FIZA jumps into the swing of this summery bedroom-pop track. Her voice really is the cornerstone here, we have those sing-speak verses in her welcoming London accent which seamlessly flows into the harmonious and dreamy chorus. We’re properly impressed by this uplifting single and can’t wait to hear more from FIZA!

You can also listen to ‘Pieces’ in our Shades of Pop playlist.

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