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It was announced today that British sensation Alice Russell's new album TO DUST has received a new U.S. release date of April 30.
'To Dust' is the first solo album from British soul sensation, Alice Russell since 2008's critically acclaimed 'Pot Of Gold,' and marks the next step forward in her remarkable career. Whether on a big stage with her 16 piece band, charming a crowd of 4000 into staying out dancing in the rain (as she did at Montreal Jazz Festival) or rocking out an intimate club with a stripped-down six piece, Alice's natural talent and charisma have always commanded attention and affection. Unfazed by taking to the spotlight after a sober Amy Winehouse or joining Roy Ayers live for 'Everybody Loves The Sunshine', it is no wonder she has attracted Worldwide media support, and praise from fans as diverse as Gilles Peterson, David Byrne, Dennis Coffey, Massive Attack's Daddy G, and Groove Armada.
Tru Thoughts have recently announced the signing of this new solo material for territories including the UK, Americas, Australasia and Japan; reuniting Alice Russell with the label that introduced her to the world, and where she released her first three albums, as well as myriad collaborations since (including the highly acclaimed, BBC 6Music Playlisted "Look Around The Corner" single and album with Quantic earlier this year).