After establishing herself as one of the most exciting up and coming singer songwriters in 2020, Izzy Frances returns with new single Beautiful World.

The track follows the success of her previous singles You Lost The War, Safety and Who We Are and support from BBC Introducing, Impose Magazine and key Spotify playlists.

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New single Beautiful World was written with and for the Second Nature Initiatve to inspire people to take positive action against climate change.  The Initiative has been set up by award winning wildlife photographers Jonathan and Angela Scott who Izzy Frances adored since watching the BBC documentary Big Cat Diary as a child.  A change encounter led her to meet them a few years ago and they have now been working alongside each other since 2020’s first lockdown.

The dramatic and powerful track sees Izzy drawing attention to the climate as something which we can connect with on a personal level rather than looking at the gloomy picture of climate change and obligations.

She explains, “Beautiful World is about just that, the beauty of the world around us, that we are rapidly destroying. The natural world breathes us to life, supports us, heals us, and inspires creativity and freedom. Without it we would not exist. I hope Beautiful World can inspire those feelings of hope, love, honesty and beauty that we can feel in full force when we’re surrounded by nature, and that this helps to uplift and inspire us into action to save our planet.

“My profits from Beautiful World are also going to support The Sacred Nature Initiative, setup by Angela and Jonathan Scott, which seeks to reconnect people to our planet and to inspire positive change.”

Izzy has been signing for as long as she can remember and followed her passion for music by teaching herself piano from a young age. Songwriting came to her later and she wrote her first piece aged 17. She instantly found a therapeutic quality to writing music, discovering how she could explore her own life experiences through her songs. Tackling themes of love, abuse and self-acceptance with her lyrics, Izzy has developed a sound with emotive, energised and hook-y pop melodies. Inspiration often comes from a number of different sources for her.

A neuroscientist by day, Izzy Frances is fueled by her neuroscientific and psychological research to write songs that promote love and acceptance, to empower her listener. She has performed at hallmark London venues including the Bedford in Balham, Spice of Life in Soho and 100 Club on Oxford Street and is raring to play live again as soon as the current situation with COVID improves.