With his signature look and effervescent energy, Nick Peciaro commands attention. His dance pop sound at once pulls at your heartstrings and keeps your body moving. His captivating presence and live performance make it impossible to look away. Love is the theme. Exhilaration results.
Though young and early in his career, this Boston native combines the confidence of a seasoned veteran with the fire of a green performer. Live onstage, his magnetism draws a crowd and the experience promises the best of everything pop: energy, color, passion and fun. And it's all dialed up past ten with his lead single, "One Day." A soaring, pulsating anthem, "It's about love and the chance of finding it," explains the singer, an optimism echoed by his burgeoning music career. This past summer, "One Day" was hand-selected by the Dodge car company to compete for the chance to be featured in a commercial. At the end of the two-week voting process, Nick finished in 6th place out of 100 artists in the pop category and 21st out of 500 total artists across all genres. The song will also be the subject of his first music video, which is being directed by Andrew Bennett (Katy Perry, Jonas Brothers, Nickelback, Deftones).
Nick's forthcoming EP, 1, is a collection of moments tracing one relationship from its break up to its possible reconciliation. Along with his main collaborator, writer/producer Ryan Hughes (who's worked on hits for Hot Chelle Rae, Big Time Rush and Girls' Generation), Nick is hard at work creating the soundtrack to a very tender moment in the lives of two people from the perspective of one. "Where Have All The Good Boys Gone?" wonders if nice guys finish last. "Love Before" longs for a time before the heartbreak. "I want the album to resonate with everyone both sonically and emotionally," he says of his upcoming five-track release. "It's real and it's sensitive and it comes from the bottom of my heart--but it's fun. You can dance and feel something, too."
The singer and songwriter has high hopes for not only the creation of his music but also himself as an artist. On the same trail blazed by the artists he idolizes, Nick seeks global domination as a pop pioneer. But on his own journey, this means standing up for human rights, promoting education and empowerment through knowledge, and gaining equality for all. To put it simply: "I'm confident. This is what I was made to do."