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Alice Limoges

Alice Limoges Music

Camden, Maine, USA

Born and raised on a mountain by the sea in coastal Maine, Alice Limoges was singing before she could walk. After spending 7 years working in the New York City music scene, the coronavirus pandemic pushed her back to Maine last March. Her life has blossomed with new inspirations in the beautiful landscape of her childhood where she’s self-producing several projects. She releases these exclusive singles monthly on her Patreon. With a voice reminiscent of a young Fiona Apple, Alice possesses a powerful, strong voice with the heart and soul of a classic folk troubadour.​

Her new song and accompanying music video “China We Don’t Use” explores the intangibility of love, even familiar love, when our mental health is poor and we struggle to feel comfortable in our own bodies. The recording is sparse, just voice and piano, while the music video follows an innocent young girl playing with a delicate china set.

Alice has released four independent albums to date. Her song "No One Underneath” was a semi-finalist in the 2019 International Songwriting Competition. She played on the Grammy Award winning album "Ageless: Songs For The Child Archetype" by Jon Samson.​

She has performed extensively across NYC and the northeast, including festivals (Make Music Harlem, NYC; Keene Music Festival, Keene, NH; The Campfire Festival, Cambridge, MA; Belfast Free Range Festival, Belfast, ME), colleges (Columbia University, Hamilton College, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Purchase), and other legendary venues such as The Cutting Room (NYC), Rockwood Music Hall (NYC), PIANOS (NYC), Arlene’s Grocery (NYC), Club Passim (Boston), and Blue (Portland) as well as countless intimate concerts with Sofar Sounds.

When she’s not working on music, Alice has a wide range of passions and inspirations such as being in nature, exploring, reading novels and poetry, and painting.