Lizzy McAlpine (born September 21, 1999) is a vocalist, songwriter, and musician who hails just outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She studied songwriting at the prestigious music-oriented Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Influenced by an eclectic group of artists such as John Mayer, Bruno Major, dodie and H.E.R.—among others—Lizzy blends folk/acoustic, R&B and indie-pop together to create her own unique style.
McAlpine is a modern star. She gained her following through a series of TikTok and Instagram posts, garnering support for her original songs and pointed storytelling. McAlpine’s songs don’t leave you guessing. She spares no details. Whether it be a The 1975 song that now leaves a sour taste in her mouth or in doomsday’s case, her partner’s fatal narcissism, listeners are privy to secret specifics. McAlpine is recognizable for her trusty acoustic guitar and impressive vocal chops, cultivating a softer sound. She has an effervescent and singular charm, coupled with raw musical ability and the courage to bend genre to her will.
(Taken from Genius Profiles and Atwood Magazine)