Alice Night is a singer-songwriter who creates an alchemical mix of music, storytelling and performance. Her powerful voice, courageously honest stage-presence, and bold and poetic lyrics have won her attention since her debut in 2013.
Night's 2016 single At The Corner received a strong response from Unearthed and landed spot-play on Triple J. Unearthed's Dave Ruby Howe wrote that “the tone to Alice Night's voice is just irresistible”, and announcer Gen Fricker remarked that she was “impressed by the depth of storytelling and musicianship”.
Night's first album, Culture How Could You? was the result of a creative collaboration with ARIA-nominated and APRA-award-winning composer Robert Davidson (Topology). It received overwhelmingly positive reviews, with the blog Music is My Muse enthusing that “fans of Bjork, Lorde and Ladyhawke will adore this enchanting debut.”
Night's 2018 release, Remember, featured collaborations with electronic producer Chris Townend, keyboard player Simon Mavin, and the mysteriously pseudonymed (for contractual reasons) "Centaur".
In May 2019 Alice Night will release Hell or Heal, an album of folk-oriented songs, in which she showcases her lyrical storytelling and haunting voice. This will be followed later in the year by ITANI, an album of experimental electronica written and recorded with Chris Townend and Simon Mavin. These albums are the first fruits of what promises to be a prolific period of writing and recording.
Alice Night represents a wave of bold, conscious contemporary artists who are willing to question the status quo - one verse at a time.
“The tone to Alice Night's voice is just irresistible.”
Dave Ruby Howe - Triple J Unearthed