Alice Phoebe Lou has shared the first cut from her upcoming third album, Glow, which is due for release on March 19, 2021. The song, is accompanied with self-directed companion visual filmed on VHS, available now on Alice Phoebe Lou’s official YouTube channel.
Known for her adventurous nature and love of touring, 2020 brought with it many challenges for Alice as an artist and an individual. Sharing more about the last year, Alice explained: “I spent more time alone than I ever had. I shaved my head. Had an ego death. Fell in love. Had my heart broken. I was a raw little mess. And that was what I wrote about.”
Having avoided writing about love in the past, this new chapter is different, and it comes straight from her heart. “Dusk” is inspired by deep human connection and the mutual and profound love present in a friendship, Alice explained further: “dusk is an ode to friendship and feeling the deepest sense of intimacy & care for another person. the kind of friendship that is uncompetitive, based in mutual respect & admiration. full of adventure & possibilities.”
South Africa born, Alice Phoebe Lou’s first taste of performing came at the tender age of 18 when she busked through Europe, wowing passers by with her stunning vocals and captivating songs. Lou then self-released her debut EP, MOMENTUM, in 2014, followed two years later by her debut full-length, ORBIT.
Earlier this year Alice released two singles, “Witches;” an upbeat track, recorded with Ziv Yamin on to 1 inch tape. This was the beginning of an analogue love affair, which saw Alice change her recording style, having her next single “Touch” recorded, mixed and mastered completely analogue. This approach was used when recording the entirety of Glow, diving into tape recording and vintage gear with producer David Parry (of the band Loving) at the wonderful Castle Studios in East Germany.
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