Just Alice debuts her first single about growing up and moving on “Ghost Times”

The debut single for the newcomer to the indie scene, Just Alice, is a simple stripped back stunner titled “Ghost Times”. Her first solo single separate from her band Suburbamore, “Ghost Times” is a singer-songwriter track that will pull at your heartstrings. Nostalgic and hopeful, the song captures the melancholy feeling of transitional phases in a sad, sweet way. It is a beautiful, bittersweet goodbye. Alice has a comforting voice and plays with melody and harmony in such a unique way. Her Gen-Z tongue-in-cheek lyrical style will resonate with the new generation of music listeners and captures a sense of vulnerability and the realities we face daily.


About Ghost Times:

I wrote this song with my band, Suburbamore, in mind.  It was the summer of 2019, and I was about to leave for college.  Life as I knew it was ending.  The lyrics are a product of the nostalgic spirit in such a large transition in life, and the detailed imagery Frank Ocean uses to simultaneously capture unique moments and universal emotions. His “Self Control” had a huge influence on this idea.  As a result, there are a lot of characters here: personified inanimate objects play with dreams, and some of my best memories.  I talk about it in “SUBURBAMORE THE DOCUMENTARY”, from 16:19 to 17:13.  You can watch and listen to an early demo of it here:
I hope you enjoy this song as much as I enjoyed writing, recording, and living it.


About Just Alice:

Just Alice is the solo project of California artist Just Alice. As the only female member of Suburbamore, Alice produces light and airy vocals that accentuate the musicianship and creativity of her peers.  Alone, she employs R&B, rap, classical, and folk influences to craft music that hovers at the darker intersection of Baroque and Lo-fi, singer/songwriter, and hip-hop.  She’s Just Alice.  Watch out for her new music coming out over the next few months.

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