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If you are a fan of pop music, you will know Alice Russell! This famous artist released her fifth album, To Dust, which successfully captured listeners’ hearts this February.
But it looks like God is pleased with this talented artist, so he blessed her with more happiness. Can you guess what happened next? A song from this album, “For A While,” has become one of the most popular cuts on the LP, singled out for spot plays by Tastemakers including Lauren Laverne and Don Letts (BBC 6Music); it was also picked as Today’s Top Tune on KCRW.
Just when she thought life couldn’t get better, life gave her another wonderful surprise. The song was so pleasing that it inspired the Jimmy Kimmel Live show to book Alice for her debut US Network TV performance in May.
There can be no other proof of the song’s popularity than the fact that it became a great entertainer at Glastonbury Festival’s West Holts Stage.
The world got to know of this after it was filmed by the BBC and recorded by 6Music. This also brought forward the huge fan following the star and showcased her demand for interviews, including The Guardian and Virtual Festivals. For this song, Russell has joined hands with producer TM Juke to create what we can call a song that pushes the boundaries of soul music.
This is not the end! The song has also gone through some unique touches by Lost Midas, which has made it eligible for an all-new dance floor. So don’t be surprised if you see some youngsters dancing to this song at a popular disco thek! The dust has gained surprisingly positive media coverage with heavy airplay on BBC 6Music, Radio 2, KCRW, and many other popular stations.
Russell’s recent US tour saw her performing a host of significant radio sessions and fueling demand for a much larger-scale time this Autumn. This indeed gives a pretty and firm shape to her musical career! Do you don’t believe me?
Never mind, I have more proof to confirm the statement Tru Thoughts signed “To Dust” for territories including the UK, Americas, Australasia, and Japan; reuniting Alice Russell with the label that introduced her to the world, where she released her first three albums plus many collaborations. This is an excellent phase of Russell’s life! Don’t you agree?