Alistair James Previews New Single ‘Have You Ever Been Low’ out on 29 January 2016

Alistair James Shares New Single ‘Have You Ever Been Low’ out via Runaway Records on 29 January 2016



Alistair James Releases New Single ‘Have You Ever Been Low’


Alistair James has already been attracting attention from the likes of Miles Kane, Tom Clarke, BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson and Mark Plati, the New York based producer who has worked with the likes of Prince, The Cure and David Bowie.

Mark Plati was so impressed by Alistair that he invited him over to to NYC to record there fore three months last year. Those sessions resulted in the recording of Alistairs’ single ‘Have You Ever Been Low’, a gloriously upbeat record that is sure to see of any January blues!


Listen To ‘Have You Ever Been Low?’:


“Really catchy, funky and different with a delicious pop chorus.” – Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music


“Music is what makes him tick and he will give anything for it. I know people say that someone is ‘One to watch’ but I think he really could be. I found him dedicated, driven and discerning.” Exposure Northeast

“This guy is a fucking genius!” Tom Clarke, The Enemy

“A phenomenal talent!” Miles Kane

“He has a very unique style, blending sensitivity with a trendy swagger. Very listenable to a wide ranging audience and has the ability to hold the listener’s attention for the duration.” Leeds Music Scene 

“Writing up a storm. You can hear the Joy in his playing!” Mark Plati Producer  (David Bowie, Prince, The Cure etc).


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www.facebook.com/alistairjamesmusic
www.twitter.com/alistairjames91
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