Fia sings of ‘Better Days’

London-based Dubliner, Fia Moon returns with six heartfelt anthems exploring the emotional struggles of heartbreak and healing that anyone can groove to.

Drawing on influences of R&B, pop, soul and jazz, each song tells a different story, taking you on a journey on building back confidence, self-assuredness, empowerment and acceptance.

Her single, Better Days is just out and was co-written by Fia with established songwriters Rob Harvey (Clean Bandit, Jess Glynne, Tom Walker, Rudimental, The Streets)  and Lewis Thompson (Just Kiddin, Joel Corry) 

The soul-bearing song touches on loss and insomnia, while also expressing perseverance and determination to never give up.

Fia explains: “When we wrote the song, I had only done a handful of sessions and didn’t really know what I was doing. I  was struggling to balance a break-up, music stuff, moving house, and a full-time job, which I later quit.

“So, in a short space of time, my whole life had suddenly been totally uprooted and in a big city like London, you can feel very alone.  The lyrics – it’s 5 in the morning’ is just me lying awake at night, questioning myself, unsure whether I was on the right path.”

A natural performer, 2019 saw Fia Moon complete the festival season in Ireland having played Forbidden Fruit, Body & Soul, Indiependence  and We’ve Only Just Begun in Whelan’s of Dublin, as well as support slots with popular Irish bands The Coronas, Wild Youth and LAOISE.

Her performances on Sofar Sounds London and viral YouTube channel Mahogany have also highlighted her undoubted potential.

2020 has seen Fia Moon selected as One To Watch’ by GoldenPlec, and Better Days is just the beginning for her in this new decade, with five more single releases due this year.

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