News: AViVA back with latest single ‘BRN’


Travelling between LA & Sydney, Australian independent recording artist AViVA unleashes her latest single ‘BRN’ announces coveted Groovin The Moo spot and national support to Tonight Alive.


Since October AViVA has garnered over 24 million streams across all platforms, catapulting her name into the alternative YouTube underworld of Nightcore and the gaming community.  


The songs have been featured on Triple J Unearthed, and AViVA was a part of the Triple J SIA special with her single ‘GRRRLS’ earlier this year. AViVA has caught the attention of Spotify tastemakers internationally and her songs have also made it into the top 20 on the Australia/ NZ Spotify Viral playlist.


‘BRN’ is AViVA’s battle cry and it’s visceral hook ‘burn, burn, burn, in the fire’ is a throwback to the image of witch burnings. “I’m sick of people being ‘burnt’ today for being themselves- for not fitting in the boxes everyone tells us to be in.  This is my f*** you to anyone who dares to put me in a box. BRN, to me, is a song about standing with your back straight and daring anyone to defy you or question you because you’re untouchable.”


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Super excited with her slot at Groovin’ the Moo festival in April as well as supporting Tonight Alive throughout Australia for their Underworld Tour in May, AViVA has a lot happening!  She intends to spend the second half of 2018 touring, writing her young adult novel series SELF/LESS and working on her ever growing catalogue of songs as she continues to divide her time between LA and Sydney.


The powerful team that worked on ‘BRN’ include MataisC and Jean Paul Fung (GRRRLS) and mastering by Chris Gehringer (21 Pilots, Fall Out Boy, Halsey).

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