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Alice Skye Releases New Album 'I Feel Better, But I Don't Feel Good'

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The Jen Cloher-produced sophomore effort also marks Skye's first release with prolific Indigenous label Bad Apples Music since signing early last year.

Alice Skye Releases New Album 'I Feel Better, But I Don't Feel Good'

This morning, Naarm-based Wergaia / Wemba Wemba songwriter and artist Alice Skye unveiled her long-awaited sophomore album, I Feel Better But I Don't Feel Good, via Island Records and Bad Apples Music.

"Alice Skye made a splash back in 2018 with her piano-driven, award-winning debut Friends with Feelings, yet [I Feel Better] sees the Australian songwriter reach a whole new level," FLOOD Magazine's Kim March writes in a track-by-track review.

Preceded by its title track in 2019, I Feel Better was officially announced earlier this year with singles "Stay In Bed", "Party Tricks," and "Grand Ideas," the latter of which premiered on triple j's Home & Hosed in February and was praised by NME as "a driving rock piece about toxic relationships."

The Jen Cloher-produced sophomore effort also marks Skye's first release with prolific Indigenous label Bad Apples Music since signing early last year. The label aims to use music as a platform for social change and fostering the talent of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.

After being highlighted as a featured artist at SXSW last year and collaborating with Moby on his latest album Reprise, Skye is set to return to live events with a national co-headlining tour in Australia with Elizabeth throughout July. following recent dates supporting The Avalanches' return to the stage and performing with and alongside Midnight Oil on their Makarrata Live tour.

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