My Dear Friend

by Alice Hubble

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Alice Hubble releases ‘My Dear Friend’ on 7th July 2021 via London-based electronic-pop label Happy Robots. It is the second single to be taken from her forthcoming album Hexentanzplatz, to be released on September 10th.

With layered synths and a shuffling beat, the new single ‘My Dear Friend’ was inspired by discovering a collection of love letters that her mother wrote to her father around the time that they first got together. Says Alice “My mother passed away when I was in my teens and these letters gave me a real insight into who she was as a person, her in love giddiness jumping off the page. Sadly I’m still yet to find the replies from my father.”

Described as the work of ‘one lady at home with her enormous collection of synthesisers’, Alice Hubble mixes melancholic pop, layered vintage synths and elegant vocals, reminiscent of Ladytron, Ashra or Dubstar. Her debut album 'Polarlichter', inspired by the 70’s recordings of Tangerine Dream and Sally Oldfield, was released in 2019 to l acclaim. Earning the project support from the likes of BBC Radio 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq, Gideon Coe and Lauren Laverne, as well as Electronic Sound Magazine who placed the record in their Albums of the Year. Alice went on to play shows with acts including Damo Suzuki, Advance Base, Pram and Beak>.

GIG DATES 2021
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10 September, The Betsey Trotwood, London album release DJ party TBC | 7 October, Folklore, London | 8 October, The Old Cold Store, Nottingham | 15 October, Wharf Chambers, Leeds | 23 October, West Hill Hall, Brighton (supporting Laetitia Sadier

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released July 6, 2021

Recorded at home and at . Mixed at Big Jelly Studios, Ramsgate.
Instruments and vocals by Alice Hubley. Drums and percussion by Matt Kelly.

Additional programming by Mike Collins. Recorded at home. Additional recording at Sam and Rachel's Studio and Big Jelly Studios.

Engineered by Alice Hubley, Produced by Alice Hubley and Mike Collins. Mastered by John Winfield.

Artwork by Alice Hubley.

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