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Belladonna of Sadness is the debut album from Portland native Alexandra Savior. The album features eleven blissfully cinematic tracks, steeped in retro vibes and dusted with darkness and sensuality. An artist in every sense of the word, not only does Alexandra write music and perform live, she also paints her own artwork and writes, directs and edits her own music videos.
With a voice that channels the ghosts of smoky '50s jazz haunts, lucid and literary lyricism worthy of J.D. Salinger, and wondrous youth-in-revolt abandon, Alexandra will tell you she makes "sassy impolite spaghetti western music." Belladonna of Sadness was co-written by Alexandra and British rock front man Alex Turner (Arctic Monkeys, The Last Shadow Puppets) and co-produced by James Ford (HAIM, Florence and the Machine) and Turner.
Alexandra first made her mark in the summer of 2016 with the release of debut single "Shades," which left Noisey "completely hooked" on the 21-year-old singer/songwriter. In addition to "Shades," Belladonna of Sadness features previously released songs "M.T.M.E.," "Mystery Girl," and official lead single "Mirage." Also included on the album is "Vanishing Point," a hauntingly beautiful song that Idolator called "the best showcase yet of her evocative, widescreen sound and scene-setting lyrics."