MAVICASinger-songwriter MAVICA (real name Marta Casanova) has a new single, ‘Fire’, which is taken from her recently-announced debut EP ‘Gone’.

‘Fire’ is a song drawn from an unfortunate experience MAVICA faced when she first moved to Berlin in the harsh winter. Her experience with a sinister and malevolent landlord (“leave me alone“) may be the reason the song was written, but MAVICA decided to share her story upon realising that many other women go through similar experiences. The song is about, “being strong, finishing what you have to do without giving up even if terrible things happen on the way”.

‘Fire’ tackles a difficult subject and the fact that she is speaking from the heart shows in her music. Her voice is drenched in melancholy but the song itself is soothing.

MAVICA is originally from Cartagena, Spain and she now resides in London, where she has been working on her debut EP, ‘Gone’. Her pop-folk songs are influenced by artists and producers such as Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens, Amy Winehouse, and Ben Howard. ‘Fire’ is the first single to be taken from the EP which will feature a collection of songs which have been developed as MAVICA has travelled from Barcelona, Madrid, to Munich, Berlin, and London. We can’t wait to hear more from MAVICA.