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Fia Moon Unveils Official Music Video for "Back To Me"

Irish singer-songwriter Fia Moon has released the official music video for her latest single, "Back To Me," alongside director Marcus Prouse Jr and editor Willow Kennedy. Shot in Brighton over three days, the captivating video features Moon and actor Jack Furssedonn-Coates, depicting a relationship that extends beyond just two individuals. Fia wanted the video to convey the contrasts between light and dark, night and day, capturing the depth of the song.

The narrative of the video portrays two lovers who have lost their way—one facing unemployment and the deterioration of their once beautiful relationship. The visual representation reflects a period in Fia's life when she was constantly on the move, changing homes multiple times over two years, including during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Concluding with a stunning sunset, the video symbolizes Moon's newfound freedom and liberation from the constraints of others. Fia describes her intention for the video to be free, earthy, and wild towards the end, symbolizing the freedom and self-discovery she experienced during that particular period.

"Back To Me" showcases Fia Moon in her most empowering state, leaving behind heartbreak and pain to face the world on her own terms. The track narrates the journey of losing oneself in a relationship, only to emerge on the other side as a more confident and self-assured individual. It serves as Fia's anthem of resilience for anyone who has endured heartbreak and healing. The inspiration behind the song came from a feeling Fia had nurtured for quite some time—a sense that despite the relationship's failure, a stronger, more empowered version of herself would eventually emerge. With conviction, Fia adds, "I had this awareness that the old, strong, confident, empowered me was still there somewhere."

Co-written with Rob Harvey (Clean Bandit, Jess Glynne, The Streets, Tom Walker) and Dan Dare (Charlie XCX, MNEK & Joel Corry, Marina and The Diamonds, Wiley) at Harvey's Leeds home in August 2018, "Back To Me" marked an important milestone for Fia and Harvey as they went on to collaborate on several of Fia's most significant tracks.

After months and years of searching for the right producer and collaborator to bring the track to life, Fia persevered despite numerous setbacks. She encountered false starts and versions due to missing files and corrupted stems from the original demo. However, Fia's determination paid off when she met Dublin mix producer Ruadhri Cushnan (Ed Sheeran, Mumford and Sons, Shawn Mendes) in late 2020. Cushnan helped revocal the song, and later mix engineer Ashley Krawkewski (Ellie Goulding, Apollo 440, Jeff Beck, Stefanie Sun, Hotei, Art Brut, Sway) worked closely with Fia to achieve the final mix.

Fia Moon's music has garnered over 48 million impressions on Irish radio in a short period. In 2020, she ranked as the fourth most played independent female artist on Irish radio, following the Irish Women In Harmony collective, R'n'B singer Soulé, and hip-hop star Denise Chaila. With over 3 million streams on digital platforms, Fia has graced the covers of Spotify editorial playlists such as 'New Pop UK' and 'A Breath of Fresh Éire'.

Having made numerous television appearances in Ireland, including The Late Late Show, Irish Women in Harmony, and Songs from an Empty Room, Fia's return to live music and festivals in 2022 was met with resounding success. She performed on the main stage at Sea Sessions, Donegal, Indiependence, Cork, and Ireland's largest festival, Electric Picnic. Ending the year on a high note, she was selected for a performance and interview on Virgin Media TV's Fanning at Whelan's and RTE2FM's Rising On Road Dublin show.

Renowned publications such as Clash Magazine, Nialler9, and Record of the Day have recognized Fia Moon's unique storytelling and her contribution to the diverse Irish music scene. With more new music slated for release this year, Fia Moon is poised for a remarkable 2023, showcasing her deeply personal and highly relatable blend of atmospheric pop.


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