Introducing: Alex Sanders – high tides + 3 Qs

I have been a big fan of Alex Sanders’s music for quite some time now, and last month he released a brand new album that features a completely new set of songs that have not yet been shared on our blog. This new album is a perfect blend of chill, dreamy, and captivating bedroom folk-pop music that has the power to create an enchanting and relaxing mood. It’s the perfect way to slow down and unwind, letting go of all your worries and just enjoying the moment.

Alex’s music has always had a way of captivating me, and whenever a new song lands in our submission inbox, I know instantly that I want to share it with our readers. Although I had not yet heard all the tracks from this new album before deciding to share it, I knew that I would not be disappointed. And I wasn’t. This new album has a slightly different sound compared to his previous work, but it’s still incredibly atmospheric and melancholic, which I thoroughly enjoyed.

Whenever I listen to Alex’s music, I find myself getting lost in the melodies and the lyrics. It’s the perfect way to escape the outside world and just let the music take over. As I start my workday in a few minutes, I know that listening to this album will be the perfect way to calm my mind, clear out all the stress, and just enjoy the beauty of the music.

I reached out to Alex and asked our 3 Qs:

What inspired you to start making music and what keeps you making music?

 I’d have to say the act of expression itself has always fascinated me. I suppose the right instruments were laying around the house when I was younger and interest overthrew me. I want to continue to create music and art as I gain new perspective or have a change of heart- life’s many experiences are my main source.

What was the most challenging thing in your music (artistic) path?

Well I think that the most challenging aspect is executing the idea, transferring it into something others can consume or gain from. This can be seen in not having the energy to re-do that vocal or bass recording, or to simply think of what is meaningful. I really enjoy creating so the late nights and different demo versions are enjoyable times; this is what really helps me out.

What would you dream to do if anything was possible?

I’d dream that everyone is able to follow their passion and for those passions to invoke peace and value.

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