Following on from debut single Favourite Song, Liverpool-based lo-fi bedroom pop artist Pizzagirl has today released his wondrous new single Carseat.
Pizzagirl – aka Liam Brown – creates light-hearted emotional vignettes. American East-Coast sad-indie, and gloomy British wit collide, delivered fresh from his Aintree bedroom. He says: “Carseat is an ode to the non-drivers of the world (like myself); the bold and beautiful ones who have control over the music on every journey, whether it be far or wide. So relax, tune in to pizzagirlFM, kick back in the passenger seat and bop away!”
Confusingly not a girl nor having any particular penchant for pizza, Brown’s music ranges from quirky, ironic, 80s pop to darker and more introspective, European influenced electronica. With the help of a thrown together flatpack mini studio, Pizzagirl writes, records and produces all of his music and visuals from the comfort of his home. His best mate shoots his videos and his mum takes his press shots.
You can catch Pizzagirl live during April and May when he supports the magnificent Her’s on their UK tour through April and May, kicking off in York on 12/4 and taking in Liverpool (19), Sheffield (20), Edinburgh (21), Birmingham (2 May), Nottingham (3), Southampton (10), Bournemouth (11) and finishing in Oxford (12). Tickets here.
Pizzagirl – Carseat