Alexia Avina – Unearth [Streaming]

Today is the release of Alexia Avina‘s Unearth via UK’s Lost Map Records and, in North America’s Topshelf Records.
A beautiful and intimate album that leaves you drifting off and dream away to Avina’s vocals.

About the album:
Alexia connected with Lost Map Records online, leading to her becoming the label’s first North American signing. Inspired by the visceral lyricism of Fiona Apple, the ambient electronica of Ai Aso, Sea Oleena and Hiroshi Yoshimura, the gauzy alt-folk of Lotte Kestner and the experimental sound collages of Kria Brekkan, Unearth is an utterly intoxicating listen – a kaleidoscopic swirl of textures and emotions, a record to get lost in again and again.

“While I consider Betting on an Island my ‘break-up’ album, Unearth is its aftermath,” explains Alexia. “It is about sifting through those layers of looking back through hurt and sadness and anger, and emerging with something new and calloused, or something soft and raw. It is about that very unique period of being alone again and trying to find your way back to yourself through other people. The majority of these songs are about my experiences with various connections I made at the time and the ways in which old patterns and insecurities still dutifully resurfaced as a reminder of what truly was mine.”

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