Alisa is back from Japan!

  Come on down for her very first live performance
  in Melbourne at Whole Lotta Love.
  524 Lygon Street, Brunswick East
  March 20th, 22:20
  See you there!

 Listen Up!!!!!

 The long-awaited new single  “Firefighter” is finally here!

  Release: 31st March 2019

  Available on iTunes, Spotify
    and many other online

(Official Music Video)
"For Shirlz"
(Official Music Video)
(Official Music Video)
"For Shirlz"
(Official Music Video)
(Official Music Video)
"For Shirlz"
(Official Music Video)
Photo by Kiyotaka Saito
Photo by Kiyotaka Saito
Photo by Kiyotaka Saito
A serendipitous encounter has seen Alisa, a young Melbourne University Arts student, make a stunning debut into the world of Japanese entertainment.

Born in England on September 28, 1998, Alisa spent her childhood between the UK, Japan and Australia.
Although singing, dancing and acting on school and community stages in and around her home town was part of everyday living,
Alisa’s recent adventures into the world of writing lyrics and
melodies came about somewhat unexpectedly.

An off-handed comment over dinner by leading Japanese film
director Yukihiko Tsutsumi inspired Alisa to try writing her first ever song at the age of 18.
Fast-forward 6 months and Alisa’s talent
in song-writing and singing was highly acclaimed when her
song “walls,” which was chosen to be the theme song for the much-
anticipated SICK’s drama series, commenced streaming online
in Japan in April 2018.

The freedom of song-writing ignited a passion that was previously
unknown to Alisa, unleashing her abundant creativity.

“I experiment in writing songs and singing them for fun."
Currently navigating her way between life as a regular university
student and an emerging singer-songwriting artist,
Alisa has cast her sights on capturing the attention of the music markets of the UK, Japan and Australia.

Her life mission is to always see the world with wonder,
and to continue being inspired by the essence of living.
She aspires to appreciate the happy and fun times, as well as to ‘dance in the rain’ when things don’t go quite as
Alisa would also like to extend her thanks for reading
thus far, and hopes that you have a delightfully superb day.


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