Bradley Spiteri

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Bradley Spiteri was born on the 21st of June in 2001. He comes from Paola. He is the son of Diane Spiteri and Aldo Spiteri, who instilled in him a love for music from a young age.

He began playing the guitar early on, and began to write his own songs at the age of 11.

He usually composes the melodies of his songs first, then writes the lyrics later. His song writing style evolved over the years into a blend of genres, taking influence from the indie, dreampop and rock genres.

He writes both in English and Maltese, claiming that there is a big difference in how a song feels depending on what language he writes it in. Having written songs for himself throughout most of his life, he then began writing songs for several clients when he was around 18.

He has written for various artists of ranging ages and genres, but one thing remains consistent throughout all of the songs he writes, and that is the taste of personal experience combined with a love for storytelling. Bradley’s songs tell stories, that are specific to himself, but also universal enough so that everyone can relate.

He draws upon personal experiences and emotions that he can turn into dramatic narratives, which can then be transformed into lyrics. When he is composing his melodies, he pays close attention to each note, making sure that it is something that the listener will end up humming after they listen to the song.