"I was moving house, moving body, and couldn’t sleep. Charged with a new name I was determined to access the diverse and confusing emotions that come with the relief from a lifelong repression. I felt free, happy, and light. But I also felt afraid of what was to come, because outside of the bubble of my small group of accepting friends and family was a world that hated people like me, and it made it difficult to exude any power. If the world wasn’t going to give it to me. I was going to take it.”
Alice boldly released her debut 13-minute extravaganza ‘Ladydaddy’ to high praise in early 2021, followed by singles 'Cry-Baby', 'Rim Job', and 'Sodomizer' which all received high praise from old and new fans.
In 2021, Alice had only performed live twice; Cardiff's Sŵn Festival, and Liverpool's Sound City. In 2022, ready to bring her music to new audiences far and wide, Alice toured with Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, and is now due to tour with acclaimed Welsh singer/songwriter Cate Le Bon in August 2022, as well as being confirmed for Green Man Festival, Waves Festival Austria, Float Along Festival in Sheffield, and Llais Festival Cardiff.
Alice has continued to receive glowing praise from BBC 6 Music’s Huw Stephens, Tom Robinson, BBC Radio Wales, Dork Magazine, and The Independent. Huw Stephens, upon seeing her perform live at Sŵn Festival, Cardiff, posted, direct to his social media platforms, a picture of Alice captioned "It was truly special to see Alice Low's first performance at Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff".
In 2021, Alice was awarded the Triskel Prize at the Welsh Music Prize presented by Huw Stephens. The Triskel Prize is awarded to emerging artists that offer a bright future for music in Wales.
She continues to frame her heartbreak, transition journey, and her experiences of a world that views her differently by penning heartfelt, cutting lyrics that are set against a backdrop of Prince and Bowie inspired pop chaos. Pair that with an exuberant live show filled with bludgeoning, unhinged energy and you'll see why Alice Low has has firmly established herself as a ‘must see’ amongst fans and press.