Alice Phoebe Lou, Paper Castles Review
Alice Phoebe Lou is a South African born singer and songwriter that is based in Berlin. She is releasing her highly anticipated full-length album, Paper Castles. She has released two EPs and two albums. Paper Castles is Lou’s third full-length release, following Live at Grüner Salon (2014) and 2016’s Orbit. She has also independently released two EPs, Momentum and Sola, as well as several singles. In 2017, a live version of the song, “She,” was released and racked up over four million plays on YouTube and was featured in the film Bombshell: The Heady Lamarr Story, executive produced by Susan Sarandon, all before the studio version of the single was even released. Her latest album is produced by Noah Georgeson, Lou explains the theme of the album “it’s about nostalgia, about growing into a woman, about the pain and beauty of the past, about feeling small and insignificant but finding that to be powerful and beautiful, about acknowledging that childhood is over but bringing some of it with you.”
Release Date March 8, 2019
Ethereal soundscapes with the sublime vocalist Alice Phoebe Lou takes you on the celestial listen of distinctive melodies and her confident creativity.