London based singer-songwriter Abi Mia brings her uplifting, empowering pop sound to her music. With soaring vocals and powerhouse storytelling, her soulful voice goes beyond expression: deeply emotional and unapologetically hopeful, Abi Mia brings her most authentic self to her music.
Abi Mia’s debut single ‘Fly Your Way’ spreads a message of having the courage to chase your dreams, own your strengths, and carve your own path. The single was inspired by the singer’s own personal journey of rediscovering her passion for music: when the lockdown paused her fitness career, Abi Mia realised that making music was her true priority, which gave her courage to follow her heart.
Artistically influenced by contemporary powerhouse vocalists like Demi Lovato, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson and Alicia Keys, Abi Mia finds inspiration in the joy of creation, and in her ability to freely express who she is as an artist and a person through her music. “Music is such a powerful positive force in the world,” says the rising pop singer-songwriter. “Singing and songwriting give me intense happiness, and it’s a beautiful way to connect with people.”
Since releasing her debut single, Abi Mia has had multiple successful releases and live gigs across London, garnering glowing reviews in national press and receiving international radio coverage. Now, with a slate of exciting new singles coming up, the sky is the limit for Abi Mia.
With deep emotion, atmosphere and evocative harmonies that build throughout the song, the lyrics of ‘Shadow’ emphasise the importance of setting boundaries and putting yourself first, before you burn out and become a shadow of your former self.
Inspired Abi Mia’s own life experiences, the single explores what happens when selfless people give too much of themselves and lose their true self.
“It’s important to help others, but you also need to take care of yourself. You’re no use to anyone burnt out! I wrote this song as a reminder for us to take time to
rediscover who we are as individuals, and not just who we are to other people. Looking after yourself isn’t selfish – it’s self-care.” — ABI MIA