22nd July 2019

Alice Jemima Announces New Album: ‘Everything Changes’!

 After a highly successful summer touring the UK with Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Alice Jemima has just announced an autumn 2019 release for her second album, ‘Everything Changes’ and revealed a new single video for  ‘Dancing In Love’, which she co-wrote with Sophie Ellis Bextor and producer Simon Byrt.

 Alice’s new uplifting single ‘Dancing in Love’, is the second track to be revealed from her much anticipated second album. ‘Dancing In Love’  has an upbeat disco theme with retro synths and funk-infused basslines overlaid by Alice’s sugar -sweet, sultry vocals. The video for ‘Dancing In Love’ stars Alice and is a sequined,  disco-ball themed affair filmed in a karaoke bar in London, where Alice is surrounded by fun party goers.

 In her own words Alice describes her new single ‘Dancing in Love’ as “…being about falling in love, and the push and pull of the relationship resembling a dance. Since the release of my debut album two years ago, I’ve moved out of my parent’s home and now share a flat with my boyfriend and so I think this record, like most of the tracks on my new album, reflects a more mature view of love and relationships.”

 Alice Jemima released her captivating debut self-titled album in 2017 to much critical acclaim and has achieved over 25-million album streams to date with several of the tracks being placed in adverts for Ralph Lauren, Simple Skincare, Macy’s and Topshop Radio support came from  Radio 1’s Huw Stephens (‘Tip Of The Week’ ) Annie Mac, Sophie Little & Monki and Alice achieved Radio 1 playlisting with her single ‘Dodged a Bullet’. Other supporters included John Kennedy (Radio X) and Tom Robinson (6Music).  Alice has also performed live at  Boardmasters, Bestival Lattitude, The Great Escape and SXSW. 


You can catch Alice’s enchanting live set  at the following festival dates:

14 July – Tunes On The Beach
09 August – Boardmasters Festival
24 August – Victorious Festival

and on her subsequent autumn headline tour:

23 Oct – La Boule Noire, Paris
24 Oct – Gullivers, Manchester
25 Oct – Corsica Studios, London
31 Oct – Prince Albert, Brighton
01 Nov – Bermuda Bob’s Hi-Fi, Norwich
02 Nov – Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
07 Nov – Whelans Upstairs, Dublin
08 Nov – Shipping Forecast, Dublin
09 Nov – 2Q Festival, Lincoln
14 Nov – Think Tank, Newcastle
15 Nov – Hug and Pint, Glasgow
16 Nov – Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh
21 Nov – Bodega, Nottingham
22 Nov – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
23 Nov – Louisiana, Bristol
28 Nov –  Portland Arms, Cambridge
29 Nov – Ciwb Ifor Bach
30 Nov – Phoenix, Exeter

Whilst she also continues to tour with Sophie Ellis-Bextor  at the following:

19th Nov – Southend Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-On-Sea

20th Nov  – The London Palladium, London

24th Nov – Leeds Town Hall, Leeds

25th Nov – Sage, Gateshead

27th Nov – The Anvil,  Basingstoke

28th Nov – G Live, Guildford


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