Tiece shares first track from her upcoming debut album

British singer and pro­duc­er Tiece has shared a con­fes­sion­al sin­gle to kick off the cam­paign for her first full-length album.

The song, called ‘Intro’, is made up of lay­ered chants and melod­ic singing. A short, but promis­ing tease of what’s to come.

“For me, ‘Intro’ is a con­fes­sion,” Tiece told Fringe Fre­quen­cy. “A let­ter to myself, or rather a let­ter to my music… or a let­ter to love? It’s about hon­esty, fear, sac­ri­fice, hope and love. It’s about the jour­ney we go on in order to bet­ter under­stand each oth­er and ourselves.”

‘Intro’ is the first new music from the singer since her salient 2019 EP, WMN. Smoky, chilled and tinged with rye matu­ri­ty, Tiece’s EP has plen­ty that fans of ear­ly Mas­sive Attack and their con­tem­po­raries will enjoy. And her upcom­ing album, titled Nowhere, Now Here, looks set to con­tin­ue her exper­i­ments with poly­phon­ic sounds and vocals.

Tiece was orig­i­nal­ly born in Man­ches­ter. She spent part of her child­hood in Kenya, before return­ing to the UK, where she is cur­rent­ly based.

She is one half of Girl­hood, a duo who’ve been mak­ing excit­ing elec­tro-soul. She has also worked with Rhymes­keemz, Rod­ney P and The Herbalis­er.

Tiece plans to release more sin­gles in the run up to her album. Fol­low her on Insta­gram for more a glimpse into her world, and the occa­sion­al live per­for­mance dur­ing lockdown. 

‘Intro’ is avail­able to stream and down­load now on all plat­forms, and Tiece’s Band­camp page.

Image: cour­tesy of Tiece