Rolling Stone Country names "The Blue" among
"On the title track from her fourth album, country-singing Californian Alice Wallace sings about the uncertainty of a career spent on the road. “The Blue” pays tribute to those who’re willing to take leaps, laced with soaring strings that nod to the country classics of the 1970s."
Paste Magazine debuts “Santa Ana Winds” video - the first single on “Into The Blue”
"The Santa Ana winds are a force we are so familiar with in California, and many times they are what cause the indiscriminate wildfires that have plagued our state. This video gives just a tiny glimpse into their terrible wrath. So many people have lost so much in the last few years, and this now includes the owners of the Dragonfly Creek Studio in Malibu where we recorded parts of the new album. All of the stark images were recorded at their property, which completely burned with the exception of the stables and the studio. In the midst of their own recovery, they allowed us to film so other people could see the devastation. We’re planning to make a donation toward Malibu’s recovery as part of this album release.
UK and Spain Tour Dates Announced!
Alice released her latest album "Into the Blue" in Europe July 26th, and will be headed across the Atlantic for shows in the UK and Spain this October! Visit the TOUR page for a full list of dates (with more being added!), and click below to read the 4-star review in the UK's Daily Mail!
"Californian country star Alice Wallace embraces lavish strings and an electrified sound on a robust debut in the rocking, West Coast tradition of Maria McKee and Linda Ronstadt." - The Daily Mail
“It’s a song about taking the risk to do what you love,” Alice Wallace says of the soaring track, “The Blue,” which yields a lyric entitling her spellbinding new album. With Into the Blue, the California-country singer-songwriter conjures the atmospheric sound of the Golden State’s canyons and deserts, mountains and crashing waves, its crowning beauty and its tragic losses. At the same time, the supple-voiced Wallace tells her own and others’ stories, weaving tales that resonate as we grapple with so many disturbing national issues.
Guitar Girl Magazine: "Americana artist, Alice Wallace, draws on some powerful female influences, like Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. Not only are these powerhouses heard throughout her music, but Wallace is invoking their fierce, independent spirits and paying it forward for female artists."
American Songwriter: "She’s got the songs, the voice and the determination to make this her life’s work."
No Depression: “From the very first line of the album... you can hear Wallace’s mastery of her craft.”