Alice Auer is a British singer-songwriter from Battle, near Hastings, who takes inspiration from artists rooted in jazz and soul music including Chet Baker, Nat King Cole and Moonchild’s Amber Navran.
The last time she appeared on MIML was with the track ‘Forget’, collaborating with Conor Albert. She returns to the blog with ‘Turn Back Time,’ and I couldn’t be happier because her voice is spectacular. She has an unforgettable voice, one that soothes your soul.
‘Turn Back Time’ co-written and produced by Conor, finds Alice reminiscing about her childhood in the aftermath of a life-threatening car crash.
Alice’s pristine vocal shines through stunningly with flashes of jazz-leaning instrumentation propelled by modern beat-driven production.
Commenting on the track, Alice said:
“Turn Back Time was written in the Summer of 2021, shortly after I was in a car accident. I was lucky enough to spend my time recovering with my family at their home. Spending this time with my parents, reminiscing about my childhood and when they were my age made me dream up these lyrics about meeting them before I was born and wondering what they’d think of me and the woman I am today. It’s quite an emotional song for me, and I hope the message of my lyrics speaks through. I was lucky enough to work with Conor Albert again for this track, he always does an incredible job of bringing my songs to life!”
Stream the track below.
‘Turn Back Time’ is lifted from her debut solo EP ‘Daydreaming’, due for release via Young Poet in Spring 2022.
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