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Mia Fieldes

Mia Fieldes

Mia Fieldes


Mia Fieldes was born in Australia and chose a path in the music field at a young age to stand out as an identical triplet. She began by playing the Euphonium but knew, despite her musical instrument choice, she was going to be a songwriter. “I prayed with a pen so many nights. Over and over again I would write ‘God one day I want to write songs about You that go all over the world.’" To help that prayer become a reality, Fieldes moved to Sydney Read more on Last.fm
Mia Fieldes was born in Australia and chose a path in the music field at a young age to stand out as an identical triplet. She began by playing the Euphonium but knew, despite her musical instrument choice, she was going to be a songwriter. “I prayed with a pen so many nights. Over and over again I would write ‘God one day I want to write songs about You that go all over the world.’" To help that prayer become a reality, Fieldes moved to Sydney, Australia and became a part of the Hillsong Church as a songwriter and singer on many of the Hillsong Live and Hillsong UNITED albums.

In addition, she has worked in tandem with Kari Jobe, for KING & COUNTRY, and most recently Francessa Battisteli. In 2015, Mia stepped out as a solo artist with the release of her first EP, "Ashes", through Provident Lable Group. The radio single "Fearless" has already been aired on radio stations across the country. When she is not in the studio or on tour, she is a part of the worship team at Nashville's The Belonging Co., a church plant brought out of the Hillsong Church.

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