Bad Apples Music Artist
Australian based Wergaia / Wemba Wemba woman, Alice Skye released her latest single “I Feel Better But I Don’t Feel Good” in Oct 2019.
Produced by Jen Cloher, the returning track marks her first since signing with the prolific indigenous label. Packed with fire moulded in tender vocals, the single follows a big year for the indigenous indie singer/songwriter with performances on many of Australia’s music festival and showcasing stages.
Alice took home the Emerging Artist Award at the 2019 Australian Women in Music Awards and in March 2018 she was awarded the inaugural First Peoples Emerging Artist Award. She was selected by Triple J as their featured artist for the 2019 Naidoc Week and was a finalist in the 2019 NIMA Awards.
Alice has been steadily gaining a reputation as one of Australia’s brightest new talents since releasing debut single “You Are The Mountains” in 2015 followed with the release of her acclaimed debut album Friends With Feelings, which gained immediate playlisting on many of the countries radio stations and has since accumulated over one million streams on Spotify.
Steeped in success from the outset, Alice Skye’s raw musicality continues to turn heads across Australia and hopefully in the USA where she will be showcasing at both the International Folk Alliance and SXSW in 2020.