About Pixia

Meet UK-based singer-songwriter Pixia. With a distinct style that has been described as 'compellingly intriguing' and with the ability to leave you 'starstruck', Pixia made her release debut in early 2021 with her first EP ‘Morphia’. This was quickly followed up with her electro-pop single 'If I'm On Your Mind', which has received critical acclaim from A&R Factory, BBC Radio Introducing, and more.  
 In September 2021, she released her next single 'She Glows' with US independent label Bonfire Records. 
 Pixia’s musical background spans back to her childhood. She began singing at five years old, attending auditions for UK competitions ‘Teenstar’ and ‘OpenMic’, and performing live in venues across the UK. Before beginning professional recording in Manchester, she recorded much of her work in her Leeds apartment, using only a laptop and a microphone. Since beginning her music career in 2021, she has amassed over 300,000 Spotify streams.
Pixia continues to write and publish upcoming works to her 28,000+ Instagram followers as well as performing live at venues across the UK.

 

Pixia live at Sidney and Matilda
Sold-out headliner show - August 2022

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Industry Reviews

Respected Insights

A&R Factory

"She has a world-class ability that is unconditionally spellbinding and is one of the most alluringly classy singer-songwriters around."

The Wild Is Calling

 'Pixia has star power.  It’s a byproduct of a life on stage and her experience under the spotlight... Pixia is ready to bring something fresh and different to the modern movement of 80s derived pop.'

Rising Artists

“...Pink Sugar” is perfect for both the dance floor and late-night car drives. The type of song that you find yourself grooving along and mouthing the words to when the chorus hits – THAT type of song. It stays stuck in your head for hours."

The Hollywood 6

'The new single called Prince Paradox combines a soft electronic soundscape with her signature ethereal vocals, putting you in a mood that leaves you with something to ponder over even after the song has finished.'