Alexandra Jayne

AFTER spending her uni years in Liverpool, songstress Alexandra Jayne has moved back to her roots in the West Midlands, taking her sweet soulful sound with her.

Chosen to support the likes of James Blunt at his recent Moon Landing tour, the singer-songwriter has made giant steps within the industry, critics even proclaiming that her voice resembles that of folk musician, Joan Baez.

Upon returning to Liverpool in March, for the annual Acoustic Festival, Alexandra has tempted us with the release of her latest track, 'Troubadour'.

Roughly captured within a matter of minutes, the track roars a soothing hum of alluring radiance bursting from the ingenuity exhuming from the onset. Fluttering effortlessly, Troubadour captures the enchanting coo of softly cured vocals matched with the most wholesome rhythmic chords, leaving your lips silenced as you attempt to search for words to describe the songs phenomenon. Stripped back tracks such as this behold a beautiful yet rugged personality - what makes this all the greater is that this sound has shaped the way female songwriters have changed the music industry for the better - offering a softer, most favourable sound accessible for all to hear. It's just something that us girls get right, time and time again.

Take the time to listen to Troubadour, it's the perfect track to deliver us into Spring.

 


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