The lovely people at Kultmucke Magazine asked me some questions about the new album, you can have a look and listen to a tune via this link.
A song that nearly made it onto the new album but didn’t quite fit. Just a bit too pop-tastic but good fun nonetheless. Help yourself!
I’m making a brand new record and I’d love for you to be part of it. Click on the link and you can hear some the tunes. Maybe if you like them (or at least where they’re heading) you could get onboard and pre-order a cd or pledge for something else?
I’ve not big record […]
The new album is all written and we’re going into the studio in the Spring. Looking forward to getting some new stuff out of my head and into existence.
Have a listen to one of the demos here.
Very happy to announce I’ll be playing at the Noorderzon Festival in Groningen, Holland on Friday August 28th. Click here for details.
Divorced parents, tumultuous relationships and an identity crisis combined with a musical upbringing. Tough as this may seem, this apparently is the recipe for becoming a brilliant singer-songwriter. Alex Highton’s biography […]
I’m lucky enough to be opening for my friend and label mate Ralegh Long this coming Friday.
His album is just out on Gare Du Nord and getting great reviews all over the place. He was Guardian Artist Of The Week a couple of weeks back.
Get your tickets here.
Delighted to announce I’ll be playing at The Rocket House in Brussels on Saturday 15th April.
Get your tickets here
The video is from the last time I played there a couple of years ago. Great venue, lovely people. If you’re close by do come along.
Delighted to announce the first date of the short Dutch tour this April.
We’ll be playing an afternoon show at the fantastic Mezz in Breda on Sunday 19th April and guess what? It’s FREE to get in.
Click on the link for details. More shows to be announced soon.
“Alex Highton – Nobody Knows Anything
by DAVID WEIR on 11 FEBRUARY, 2015
in ALBUM REVIEWS
With the fan-funded debut, ‘Woodditton Wives Club’ under his belt, faced with LP no. 2, was Alex Highton to tear off wildly into the blue or carefully plan his next artistic step? Well, as the Liverpool-born balladeer clearly proved with his […]
“Seriously,seriously good with layered delights and a killer production.
Sometimes the best music comes from the left field. This disc arrives unheralded by PR nonsense and slips effortlessly into the slot. Within 5 beats pen is laid down and ears are pricked and they remain so for the entire album all 55 minutes odd of […]