Although only ever perfoming live a handful of times, Alice Low has firmly pushed herself to the top of everyone's 'must see' list. With endless love from BBC Radio 6's Huw Stephens and Tom Robinson, Alice's debut 13 minute extravaganza Ladydaddy and second cinematic masterpiece Cry-Baby has proved just how much of a pop powerhouse she can really be.
"I was moving house, I was moving body, and I 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.”
Boldly releasing her debut 13-minute single ‘Ladydaddy’ to high praise in early 2021 and her second single ‘Cry-Baby’ in September 2021, Alice has only performed live twice. Despite her lack of live performances, she’s received glowing praise from 6 Music’s Huw Stephens, Tom Robinson, and further support from BBC Radio Wales.
Her exuberant live show, heartfelt lyrics and unhinged energy has firmly established her as a ‘must see’ amongst fans and press. With high profile sets at Liverpool Sound City and Cardiff’s Sŵn Festival, it’s clear that Alice is already a force to be reckoned with showing no signs of slowing down.