KEXP ran a Q&A with Colorado indie-folk artist Xanthe Alexis, raving about “Alexis’ transcendent vocals,” continuing, “While still rooted in folk, Alexis incorporates… synths and quick-tempo drums that make her more comparable to Sharon Van Etten than Emmylou Harris.” a remarkably vulnerable voice. She’s found in the new world that radical empathy is the way to go, in life as a part-time trauma therapist and mom, in music as an artist, and in politics as a Black Lives Matter and Standing Rock activist. Her path has lead her there, from losing her sister at a young age to seeing what audiences need in the Trump era. KEXP Q&A:


Xanthe’s first single off the record, “Compass” and a new video for the song “Moon” both came out this week

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