Minnesota-born and ex Paris-dwelling chanteuse Alexandra Hope's debut album, Invisible Sunday, finally sees the light of day after years of honing her craft on the stage. She got her start in Minneapolis opening for acts diverse as Don Cabellero, Elliot Smith, and Idlewild. After entering the French music scene as a complete unknown, Alexandra's brand of breathtaking guitar/piano based gothic folk-rock quickly found success attracting a local following and getting airplay on French radio. Recently relocating to New York City, Alexandra enlisted to the help of David Muller (Fiery Furnaces) to help record her first album. Invisible Sunday is 9 tracks of sheer bliss recalling glorious "girl group" Phil Spector-isms, Francoise Hardy, PJ Harvey, early Liz Phair, and even the 90s drone rock of Sonic Youth or Helium. With a minimal approach to recording, this bass-less collection of song features Alexandra on guitar and vocals, while Muller plays drums and piano throughout. Despite the nature of the folk genre, people are often taken by surprise how sonically fierce her music can be.
Whatever You Want
Perhaps A Fantasy
Call & Response
United Kingdom Release
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