Alo Lee is a blooming singer/songwriter from London who will be the "voice to your sadness." The creative process for her is therapeutic and the music that results is honest, emotional, and relatable. I dare you not to fall in love with this girl.
Today, we are happy to premiere "Electric Blue," the second cut off her debut EP Twice Burned, coming out May 5th. (Listen to the first single "Over" here). As Lee softly purrs, "Take it back to when the fever touched my skin," she sets the sensual tone of the song. She melancholically drifts through piano chords, wood blocks, and quelling drums provided by Krysshun Livingood's production. Krysshun and Lee make quite the team, for he's behind three of the tracks on her upcoming EP.
I'd like to see Alo Lee collaborate more with distinguished producers. Her voice shines best over interesting, atmospheric production, like "Rock Your Love" (Aaliyah cover), which is produced by Aywy and Ekali, and "Blindsight," which is produced by Yugana and Lox Chatterbox. I think Alo Lee is poised for a promising future, look out for her EP Twice Burned.