ALEXIS MARSHALL


Label - Sargent House 
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ALEXIS MARSHALL – DAUGHTERS’ VOCALIST DISCUSSES THE INFLUENCES AND EXPERIENCE OF HIS DEBUT SOLO ALBUM, HOUSE OF LULL. HOUSE OF WHEN 

The prominent scars on his forehead have healed. It’s clear that the time off the road has done him good: with his hair slicked back and a newly grown moustache framing his warm smile, Alexis Marshall is at peace. 

A little nervous, maybe, given that, as we speak, the world is now just hours away from the release of his debut solo album, House of Lull. House of When; a collection of cascading soundscapes and unhinged vocal performances. Also: bacon being smashed by a hammer.

Read the full interview via beatsperminute.com

"HOUSE OF LULL . HOUSE OF WHEN" REVIEW FOR THE QUIETUS 

"This is a brave album that demands, and gets, your complete attention by grabbing you by your collar and doesn’t let go for forty-two minutes. It’s an album that fans of Daughters will delight in, but it’s also an album that you need no previous knowledge to enjoy. Don’t let the title put you off. There are no lulls, or whens, just glorious sounds to explore."

Read Nick Roseblade's full review via The Quietus HERE

ALEXIS MARSHALL TALKS 10 SONGS THAT INSPIRED HIS DEBUT SOLO ALBUM 

Alexis Marshall made a playlist of the ten songs that played a role in influencing 'House of Lull . House of When' and wrote an accompanying piece for Brooklyn Vegan. 

"Daughters vocalist Alexis Marshall releases his debut solo album House of Lull . House of When on Sargent House this week (pre-order). Two songs are out from it now (and a non-album single), and as you can hear on those songs, House has a similarly gothy vibe to Daughters' great 2018 comeback album You Won't Get What You Want, but Alexis takes things in a few different directions too. To get a feel for the vibe Alexis was going for on this album, we asked him about the music that inspired it, and he made us a list of 10 songs, from Nick Cave to Scott Walker to Nico to Swans to Suicide and more. Read on for what he had to say..."

Full article via Brooklynvegan.com

ALEXIS MARSHALL FEATURED ON DANIEL P. CARTER'S "HOW HEAR THIS" // KERRANG 

"..Finally, my last recommendation is the fantastic solo work from Daughters frontman Alexis Marshall. His debut House Of Lull. House Of When is out very soon on Sargent House, and is a scathing, harsh and chaotically beautiful work of art. He went into a studio with nothing and left with powerful slab of musique concrete, played by the hand of chance. It’s nine spacious yet claustrophobic tracks that see Alexis’ howling vitriol married to the gritty field recordings and Neubauten-esque vistas he’s conjured, along with the help of Daughters collaborator Jon Syverson and Jaye Jayle frontman Evan Patterson. There are tracks that feel kind of like a fever dream about attending an Appalachian tent revival, and others that are the internal dialogue during your toughest moments, manifesting as an album. At times it’s a punishing listen, both sonically and lyrically, which makes it all the more rewarding. Enjoy!"

Full article via Kerrang.com

ALEXIS MARSHALL DELIVERS THE HAIR-RAISING MISSIVE “OPEN MOUTH” // BEATS PER MUSIC 

George Clarke

Earlier this month Alexis Marshall delivered “Hounds in the Abyss”, the first volley from his forthcoming solo album House of Lull. House of When. Today the Daughters singer shares a follow up called “Open Mouth”. 

While not as oppressively scary as “Hounds in the Abyss”, there is still little to no light to be found in “Open Mouth”. With the ramshackle clatter of drums and high-pitched guitar feedback setting the tone, Marshall begins in repeated mumbles “it is not the feeling coming close”, before all the ducks get in a line and “Open Mouth” sets off on its haggard rumble. With a caustic palette, Marshall reflects on the doom that seems to be impending at every second; “has the rapture come?” he asks repeatedly, and the haywire guitar behind him suggesting that yes, it has. While it’s undoubtedly bleak, there’s no denying the hair-raising effect of “Open Mouth”, as we gradually hear him getting further swallowed into this abyss of noise and paranoia; fighting it by screaming “what a time to be alive! / what a world, they said!”

Full article via beatsperminute.com

ALEXIS MARSHALL RELEASES NEW SONG AND VIDEO "OPEN MOUTH" 

Poet, artist, and Daughters vocalist Alexis Marshall has his solo debut on the way, and here is a new song and visual from it. “Open Mouth” is a song devoid of decoration or sheen; an echoic display of experimental arrangement and poetic stream of consciousness lyrics. The accompanying video, directed by UK-based John Bradburn and starring up-and-coming actor Charlie Greenwood, features beautiful yet stirring art house cinematography as Greenwood emotively performs Marshall’s lyrics. The song follows the previously released “Hounds in the Abyss”; watch that here 

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Daughters’ Alexis Marshall Announces Debut Solo Album, Shares New Song: Listen // Pitchfork.com 

Daughters frontman Alexis Marshall has announced his debut solo album. It’s called House of Lull . House of When, and it arrives July 23 via Sargent House. The announcement comes with the release of a new single, “Hounds in the Abyss.” Below, check out the stark, black and white visual for the song, directed by Jeremy W., as well as the album artwork and tracklist.

Full article via Pitchfork.com

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