Alexia's music has been described as a cross between Norah Jones, Tracy Chapman and Madeleine Peyroux. Her voice is as soulful and rich recorded as it is live.
This album sees Alexia experiment in the world of jazz. She wanted to record mostly live so as to keep the songs as authentic as possible. With the grand piano and double bass as her main allies, also with drums and electric guitar, this album, recorded over 2 days, takes you on a mellifluous and heartfelt journey.
“It took us half a day to set and mic up these 5 instruments” she remembers. “Then it was ‘press record’ and let the music happen."
With a Portugese bossa nova, a French ballad and a haunting cover version of ‘Nature Boy', this album enjoys an eclectic fusion of rhythm and styles.
You will find that lyrically, the simplest of things say so much.
Sit back, lean in, dance, let go, centre yourself, pour wine, make tea ... on your own, with others ...whatever you do, make sure this beautiful and sincere album by the truly engaging and talented Alexia Chellun is ON!
“Deceptively simple songs sung by a captivating artist” – Phil Jackson, specialist BBC music presenter
"Alexia has a beautiful voice delivered with incredible honesty, bringing to life her sweet songs" Po'Girl
"In the past 5 years I have been engineer for South Live, Alexia is one of the most open and sincere person I have ever met. Her songs and lyrics are a reflection of her inquisitive and compassionate nature" Dan Bridge - Sessions Engineer for BBC Sussex Radio