Up-and-coming songstress Alexandra Savior unveiled her second single this year, "Saving Grace," on September 13. Check out the dreamy, sun-soaked music video on YouTube above.
Alexandra Savior's ethereal vocals soar over the twang of dueling guitars, made darker and moodier by the weighty bassline and haunting keyboard. The accompanying music video, featuring an aloof Savior riding through the desert in a wedding gown, conjures up visions of old Westerns, psychedelia, and 1960s B-movies à la Faster, Pussycat! Kill Kill!
Compared to her 2017 debut album, Belladonna of Sadness, produced by Alex Turner of the Arctic Monkeys, "Saving Grace" is a subtle departure from the cooler, jazz-infused tones of her previous work. This follows "Crying All the Time," which debuted in June and also plays with the Las Vegas Americana concept.
"Saving Grace" and "Crying All the Time" will be on Savior's next album, The Archer, her first since signing with Danger Mouse's 30th Century Records. The full album release date has not been set, stay tuned for more info.
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