Piece By Piece

Album: One Breath (2013)


  • Calvi explained the song's meaning to NME: "This song is made up of pieces of a memory that gets deconstructed, and by the end of the song they're incomprehensible. It's about forgetting someone, which is really sad, but then if it's a bad memory, it can be a really good thing."
  • The song's music video was filmed in just one take by London-based writing and directing duo Mathy & Fran (Kodaline's "One Day"). The clip focuses on Calvi and her guitar playing.


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