Intimate Folk Pop from Los Angeles Tells Beautiful Story. - Abigail Fierce: Pitch Dark

This beautiful mid-tempo ballad was written about falling in love, in a coffee shop, during a thunderstorm.

Intimate Folk Pop from Los Angeles Tells Beautiful Story. - Abigail Fierce: Pitch Dark

A young singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, Abigail Fierce weaves personal details of her life into her thoughtful lyrics. She loves late night writing sessions and plays all the instrumental tracks on new song "Pitch Dark." This beautiful mid-tempo ballad was written about falling in love, in a coffee shop, during a thunderstorm. A delicate mix of guitar and piano serves as the perfect backdrop for this intimate moment of musical storytelling.

Abigail was raised by pharmacist parents - she claims that music was 'not a thing' in their house until she started playing at age 12. She quickly became obsessed with writing and performing, and now explores music as a passion project and heartfelt counterpoint to her career as a professional actor. Abigail can be seen as Wendy on the new Hulu series "Love, Victor," Netflix’s "American Vandal," ABC's "American Housewife" and Hannah Stocking’s "The Set Up."

"Pitch Dark" might remind you of Stevie Nicks, with a hook on the acoustic guitar that is reminiscent - just a bit - of vintage chart-topper "Landslide." Abigail Fierce shows her romantic side as she revisits a sudden moment of attraction.

I don't know what makes people fall in love
Well, it seems to be nothing, oddly enough
Maybe it's paying attention to detail
Maybe it's just showing up
Maybe it's whatever starts a spark in the pitch dark

This song is featured on our Roots Collection playlist. Visit Abigail on Instagram.

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Krister Axel

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