A musical tale of unreciprocated love emerges from the city that never sleeps with the vulnerable new single “On Being Good” from New York City-based singer/songwriter Jill Fiore – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGDgiyicljI
The emotional new single follows up Fiore’s debut 2021 EP “Ten Feet Tall,” a quint collection of rock tunes she decided to record after over 20 years as a performing artist. Wearing her heart on her sleeve, Jill Fiore connects with audiences through her hard-edged vocals and stellar production value.
Fiore facilitates a reflective tone on “On Being Good,” with cinematic guitar work and lyrics that relate to anyone who has felt unheard and unwanted in a relationship yet still gave their best.
“I tried to tell him where I was coming from
Right when he told me where he’d been
I listened closely to his every word
I couldn’t get one of mine in.”
Listen on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/album/7v3rx1d20KJhcTcQpSxPF3?si=dmkwP9Y8TxK2QBVhwaRcJA&nd=1
Born in Carteret, New Jersey, Jill Fiore has been a relentless artist with an aptitude for audience connection through her powerhouse vocals and infectious instrumentation. Her music captures all of life’s idiosyncrasies as she grounds her art in shared lived experiences that are distinctly personal and worth sharing.
Fiore became known to many during the pandemic due to her original conception of THE FIORE ESCAPE, a concert series for the public organized and performed for free on her beautifully transformed fire escape/pseudo-venue. Fiore’s performances have been featured across numerous national television outlets and on the renowned “Humans Of New York,” which continues to draw international audiences to her music.
In a city like New York, where you can get anything and much more, The Aquarian’s Kate Schafer said that Jill Fiore represents that “so much more.”
“On Being Good” was brought to life in the heart of the big apple, with recording duties overseen by Joey Wunsch (SUPR8) at Flux Studios. On Being Good was produced by Jill herself for her first time, along with guitarist Derek Cruz. Ten Feet Tall was produced by New York singer songwriter Jesse Malin, while award-winning Craig Weinberg mixed the single at the Sound Association in midtown Manhattan while mastering was handled by Fred Kevorkian (The White Stripes, Maroon 5) of Kevorkian Mastering.