Artist info

Genre

Indie, Roots


Sounds like

Ben Howard, Paul Dempsey, Kim Churchill, Jose Gonzalez


band members

Cameron Alexander (vocals, guitar, songwriter) Ellen Duhig (cello, vocals) Ruben James (bass, guitar) Lucas Storer (drums)


Influences

Ben howard, , John Butler, Florence and the Machine, Jose Gonzalez


Website

Bio

Cameron Alexander is an indie folk singer songwriter from Perth, Western Australia. His music is a response to the passionate, yet melancholic, nature of love and relationships. His perspective is both excitingly captivating and soulfully pensive, as he draws the listener in to consider how they think, what they feel and why that is.

Raised in a small mining town in central WA and now basking in life on the coast, Cameron draws inspiration from his affinity to the red dirt of the desert as well as the cool waters of the West Australian oceans. Cameron has always been fascinated with the culture and rich stories born in Indigenous communities in Western Australia. He sought to echo this in his debut single “Six Seasons”, which draws on the cyclical nature of time and gains its title from the seasonal calendar of the Noongar peoples of the South-West.

Cameron started writing and performing solo at the age of 21. He began seeking solace in song writing when he was navigating his way through living with anxiety and depression. Now performing regularly at a range of venues in Perth, Cameron continues to want to provide depth to each lyrical phrase whilst entertaining onstage. He draws on the styles and song writing of Ben Howard, Mac Miller and Florence and the Machine to guide this exploration.

The introduction of band members Lucas Storer (drums), Ellen Duhig (cello, vocals) and Ruben James (bass, guitar) in 2020 have rounded out the sound to cement their place as an up and coming indie folk group not to be missed.