Apple Store Regent street performance – 10th February 2018
Alice Mary’s self produced songs combine the joy and warmth of classic pop production with the craft and introspection of great songwriting. Highlighting ugly personal truths with humour and directness she takes cues from songwriters like Conor Oberst, Thom Yorke and Feist. Her subtle vocal style is at once reflective and sultry while her intricate guitar playing, honed over years of session playing, ranges from tight funk rhythms to wailing emotive solos.
Her first EP I Am Here has been described as ‘dreamy, XX-tinged electro-pop’ (With Guitars) and ‘lush and lustrous … literate, buoyed by charm and enchanting’ (The Autumn Roses), and she has been called an ‘intimidating talent’ (Gigslutz) with ‘a simple knack for writing one hell of a pop song’ (We All Want Someone To Shout For).
Alice has had radio support from BBC 6 Music, Amazing Radio and Hoxton Radio, and performed live across London at The Apple Store in Regent Street, The Finsbury, Amersham Arms, and The Boogaloo, and in Paris at Supersonic and Le Pop Up Du Label. At her intimate live shows she is backed by a rhythm section and her ambient, sparse productions allow her voice and guitar playing to shine.
‘Failing In Love’ deftly swerves any tags you may want to place against it’
– Clash Music
‘A divine slice of Electro-Pop’
‘The minimal and darkly wonderful track ‘Failing In Love’ demands full attention from start to end’
– Fame Magazine
‘Everything about ‘Failing In Love’ is inviting and cosy – and really, really lovely’