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Aleesha Dibbs - "Battalion"

Outstanding artist Aleesha Dibbs is a Multi-instrumentalist whose debut solo EP Paradise Lost soundtracks a process of transformation and self-actualization. Contrary to the innumerable, seductive, and feel-good narratives being volleyed at us, Paradise Lost challenges the expectation that change and growth are supposed to feel good.

We make difficult decisions in desperate circumstances and stride forward with an expectation that small celebrations of hope and agency will hold our hands and carry the weight of the phantom limbs that never leave us. Produced and engineered by Tom Crandles (DMA's, Prudence, AURA) and mixed by Kim Moyes (The Presets) Paradise Lost turns from more algorithmically-engineered honey traps, and instead chooses to stare down the demons that cling to us in spite of our best efforts. Aleesha Dibbs has performed and toured nationally and internationally alongside, The Yeah Yeah Yeah’s, Money Mark (Beastie Boys), Patrick Keeler (Raconteurs & The Greenhornes), Jack Lawrence (Raconteurs & The Greenhornes), The Temper Trap, Angus & Julia Stone, The Preatures, The Jezabels, Lisa Mitchell, Lanie Lane, The Rubens, Clare Bowditch and Georgia Fair and performed at festivals such as; Splendor in the Grass, Falls Festival, Homebake, Peats Ridge, Bochum Festival (Germany) Field Day (UK) Secret Garden Festival (UK). Following the release of her debut single "Battalion", she projects a dreamy sound that will surely captivate your attention. Beginning with soothing instrumentation leading onto her sweet and soft vocals she completes the song fully. To the vocals and production, this single will definitely have you vibing. It would be just great for a late-night drive or alone within your thoughts. Go stream "Battalion".


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