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maybe i know you _ alice auer

I will never forget the first time I listened to Alice's singing voice. We were in St. Mary's church, next to West London university. Alice and her band were setting up their equipment and I was just looking at my phone, bored and tired that I had to be there another Wednesday from 7:30am. Once the sound check started, I heard Alice's voice. I looked up thinking "WTF????". Bear in mind that at the time, I would see Alice almost every day at the office, BUT I HAD NO IDEA THAT SHE HAS THE SWEETEST VOICE, THE MOST CALMING TONE AND CAN DO THE RUNS OF A VOCAL CHAMPION! I was shook and impressed!! It was my favourite concert in the church BY FAR, and I wouldn't mind waking up everyday at 6:00am to be there, if I knew I could experience this again.

FAST FORWARD to today, Alice released another incredible single called

"maybe i know you" "I wrote the song about something which has always intrigued me… living in London I’ve always wondered if you’ve crossed paths with someone in the path before you knew them. seth helped me put my ideas to music & we got conor over to add in some drums and that was it!" alice auer

"Alice Auer is a British singer-songwriter from Battle, near Hastings, who takes inspiration from artists rooted in jazz and soul music including Chet Baker, Nat King Cole and Moonchild’s Amber Navran. Having appeared on the Glastonbury 2020 Emerging Talent Competition longlist and received support from PRS for Music following the release of her debut single in October 2019, it was Alice’s collaboration with Conor Albert on the recent ‘Smile EP’ that established her as one of the most exciting new voices on the UK contemporary R&B and Soul scene. The EP which has been streamed over 2 million times since its release, saw extensive support from Spotify (4x New Music Friday UKs, Our Generation, Jazz UK, Riffs & Runs, Sweet Soul Sunday) BBC Radio 1 (Jack Saunders’ Future Artists, Sian Elery’s ‘The Chillest Show’) and BBC Radio 2 (Jamie Cullum) as well as key tastemaker press including The Independent, The Line Of Best Fit, CLASH Magazine and Vogue Paris. Alice and Conor’s cover of the jazz classic ‘Crazy He Calls Me’ was even championed by Justin Bieber in his Instagram Stories." facebook


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