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Title: The Day I Died
Style: Indie Pop
MP3 album: 1162 mb
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Genre: Electronic / Pop
Give me an exorcism, lord knows how bad I need one Said it's been such a while since I've seen your white tiles In a smile position without an opposition Well I guess I'm alive but I feel three thousand miles away
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In the fall of 2013, I was drawn to a woman named Alex Winston. I had stumbled upon her 2012 album King Con and fell in love with it. It was full of pop weirdness, songs I found both catchy and totally bizarre. In a weird way, she told me, the day my article published was the beginning of her closure. For some reason that’s still a mystery to me, she would occasionally ask for my opinion on music she was working on that dealt with this experience. Eventually, her path to rebirth gave way to her forthcoming album, the three best songs of which are featured on this new EP. There's an epic poppy opener in which she returns to form, a personal slow jam, and an upbeat kicker that sounds right out of the Springsteen book of songwriting.
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Alex Winston - The Day I Died 03:31. Alex Winston - Dead End 04:16. Sister Wife - Alex Winston. King Con - Alex Winston. We Got Nothing - Alex Winston. Careless - Alex Winston.
Alexandra Leigh Winston is an American indie pop rock singer-songwriter and t from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Alex Winston grew up just outside Detroit. She is classically trained as an opera singer, and a self-taught guitarist, songwriter, and pianist. Winston moved to New York City in 2010, where she began performing as both a solo artist and with bands.
Alex Winston catapulted herself onto the blogosphere back in 2011 when she first appeared on The Knocks' "You Can't Hurry Love" cover and later her infectious debut "Sister Wife. The subsequent 2012 album King Con was chalk full of unique subject matter from "Velvet Elvis" to the quirky "Fire Ant" and beyond with her crooning Motown voice on full display. Behind the scenes though was a disheartening relationship with management and a disbanding label that weighed heavy on the rising artist. That new chapter culminates today with the premiere stream of Alex's The Day I Died EP that premiered over on Noisey.
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