The London based singer will be releasing her brand new album Blue Gold next month, combining folk and soul music.
Following on from the success of her debut album Your World and EP Do Not Awaken Love, Alice Watts will be releasing a new album on the 26th September.
Although she was born in London, the singer grew up on the South Coast, studying at Exeter University before moving to Italy to continue her studies after she graduated.
When it comes to her music, her early influences came from the musicians who passed through her neighbour’s home-recording studio.
The sound of her music can be described as a blend of folk and soul with just a hint of jazz undertones.
As well as being influenced by classic singer-songwriters such as Joni Mitchell and Stevie Wonder, the singer has also be inspired by more contemporary artists such as London Grammar and Lianne La Havas.
Now back with a brand new album, which has taken her two years to perfect, Blue Gold is a collection of songs and melodies which aim to tell a tale of journey that has been well travelled but seen through young eyes.
The album was recorded thanks to a successful funding campaign with Kickstarter which allowed her to record it and give it the production quality that she really wanted and aimed for. It was recorded in East London’s Limehouse Soup Studios with producers Andy Dollerson and Jacob Owen, aka DO sounds – at the desk.
Blue Gold includes tracks such as ‘In Your Arms’, ‘Let Us Be’ and ‘Salty Seas’.
For more information about her music visit: http://www.alicewatts.co.uk/
Blue Gold will be released on the 26th September.