In celebration of debut album 'first timer', catch Pizzagirl live at The Shacklewell Arms in London on 26th November.
Tickets are on sale now: https://www.gigsandtours.com/event/pizzagirl/the-shacklewell-arms-london/1418865
Pizzagirl, or Liam Brown to give his off-screen name, has fine-tuned his hyperactive DIY-pop to an esoteric art. The result is a technicolour album of split-personality genre jumping that’ll have you bopping, laughing and crying before
the closing credits. Introverted in daily life, Liam uses Pizzagirl as a flamboyant alter-ego - the various tracks across the album are different costumes for him to wear, reflecting different moods and emotions, expressed as loose vignettes tied together as a complete whole.
Champions of Pizzagirl at press come in the form of national broadsheets in The Guardian or The Sunday Times, popculture touchstones in Noisey (Vice) or Highsnobiety as well as cutting edge indie stalwarts NME, DIY and The Line of
Best Fit. Radio wise too DJs are lining up to call themselves fans, with the UK’s premiere trusted ears in Annie Mac, Jack Saunders and Huw Stephens at BBC Radio 1 and Lauren Laverne, Shaun Keaveny and Radcliffe & Maconie at BBC 6 Music all backing his tracks.