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Alessia Creates Sparks On New Single ELECTRICITY

Alessia - ELECTRICITY single review on Right Chord Music

Swiss pop starlet Alessia is no stranger to Right Chord Music, her last single Spicy was featured on this blog and was also A-listed on Amazing Radio, climbing to number 5 on their charts. Now she returns with ELECTRICITY a disco-pop track so good it threatens to blow fuses.


ELECTRICITY is the second single to be taken from Alessia’s debut EP ‘Modern Disco Girl’ set for release in March. The EP was produced and co-written by Will Hicks better known for his work with ginger pop god Ed Sheeran.

Great pop music hooks you in and keeps you in and ELECTRICITY has that spark. As Alessia sings the line “If you feel what I feel, come on we should make it real” it’s like the spell has been cast and by the time we get to “Baby you’re the one that haunts my dreams” this song is well and truly in your head.

“ELECTRICITY is a joyously, understated pop earworm that you’ll find yourself singing for days”

Sonically ELECTRICITY lives up to its Modern Disco Girl theme with the cool disco funk of Daft Punk and Nile Rogers never too far away. There is also a sense that ELECTRICITY will sound even better when it’s joined by the other tracks from the EP. We suggest you pair it with Spicy for maximum joy in the meantime.

Alessia’s charm is her girl-next-door reliability especially when you realise the journey she has been on. Growing up as an only child from a broken home in her native Switzerland took its toll on Alessia and at the age of just 17 she planned her suicide.

Fortunately for everyone, she took another path, got help and decided to fight for her dream to become a musician. She now openly talks about this experience, holding music and mental health masterclasses for University students across England.

Alessia is also making waves in her native Switzerland and was recently filmed for a TV show documenting her musical adventures in London.

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Words Mark Knight