"Not since recording Paul McCartney has a singer sent chills up my spine. Alex Gibson has the most natural singing talent that makes it all sound so easy and believable."
- Mike Stavrou - Music Producer/ Engineer; Paul McCartney, Queen, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, George Martin, Crowded House, David Bowie & Diana Ross.
“Aside from the fact I love his voice , the guitar , the mix and simplicity of it all, sound wise. I was also really moved by the lyrics”
- Joss Stone - Recording Artist
Five years ago, Alex Gibson embarked on a musical journey from Sydney to London – the iconic home to many of his musical influences. Having released his debut album ‘This Is Life’ in 2012, he embraced the next step of his career and quickly earned a reputation as one of London’s hardest working and most exciting musical acts. Alex has performed at various London venues, including The 100 Club and OMEARA.
He was also featured as one of Time Out London’s rising star acts in 2016 and was runner up in the ‘Songs of War’ competition in 2018 which was judged by the likes of Joss Stone, Dave Stewart and Mike Rutherford.
From busking on Portobello Road, to performing at Sofar Sounds, Alex’s style is adaptable, soothing and raw, with appeal across various generations and stages. Inspired by both classic and modern genres, ‘Feel Something’ is a culmination of
Alex’s own timeless sound and his immense passion, skill and determination. 2020 will mark the release of Alex’s sophomore album - a body of work, yet to be revealed, exploring new topics with crude honesty and fierce energy. After five years in the making, Alex's new music will take you on a journey of real emotions with beautiful and varied delivery, reflecting everything that defines Alex Gibson.
Currently, Alex is focusing on releasing singles ahead of the album launch, with ‘Heartbeats’ and ‘Spirit Girl’ released in late 2019, and ‘Animal’, 'Searching', 'Dancing with the Devil' and ‘Feel Something’ released in early 2020.
'Feel Something' was inspired by Alex’s decision to move to the other side of the world, from Sydney to London. It’s a song about 'growing up', traveling the world and really seeking an adrenaline rush and a reason for waking up in the morning.