Jill Fiore Has A Few Thoughts On Being Good

The New York singer-guitarist shows her vulnerable side in her latest single.

Jill Fiore tells you where she’s coming from on her vulnerable new single On Being Good — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The emotional new single follows up Fiore’s debut 2021 EP Ten Feet Tall, a collection of rock tunes she decided to record after over 20 years as a performing artist. Wearing her heart on her sleeve, the New York City singer-songwriter and guitarist connects with audiences through her hard-edged vocals and stellar production value. Fiore strikes a reflective tone for On Being Good, with cinematic guitar work and lyrics that relate to anyone who has felt unheard and unwanted in a relationship yet still gave their best.

Born in Carteret, N.J., Fiore kept busy during the pandemic with The Fiore Escape, an online concert series held on her beautifully transformed fire escape/pseudo-venue. Fiore’s performances have been featured across numerous national television outlets and on the website Humans Of New York, which continues to draw international audiences to her music.

On Being Good was brought to life in the heart of the Big Apple, with recording duties overseen by Joey Wunsch (SUPR8) at Flux Studios. The song was Fiore’s first self-production, working alongside guitarist Derek Cruz. Award-winning Craig Weinberg mixed the single at the Sound Association in midtown Manhattan, while mastering was handled by Fred Kevorkian (The White Stripes, Maroon 5) of Kevorkian Mastering.

Check out On Being Good above, sample more from Jill Fiore below, and catch up with her at her website, Instagram and Facebook.