British songstress Alex Mills just dropped her new single Stayed Too Long, a bouncy progressive house house track with hypnotizing vocals from Alex herself. The track’s anthemic build up paired with her empowering vocals make for the perfect dance floor feel-good song. This budding vocalist has worked with a slew of notable artists in the past, ranging from heavyweights like Basement Jaxx and UK grime pioneer Wiley, to underground acts like Lee Foss and Chris Lorenzo.
She also recently worked with Tobtok on the sublime single Shelter and has forthcoming collaborations with DJ S.K.T, Tough Love, and Kideko as well as penning tracks for A*M*E and Camelphat. These collaborations have solidified Alex as a standout artist and writer in the electronic music world leading her to be coined the ‘producers choice’ of vocalist by the world’s biggest dance music publication Mixmag.
Outside of the electronic music sphere, Alex’s ability to write intricate and memorable songs has seen her music featured on American TV series Drop Dead Diva, which has been a huge hit here in the states. She has also performed on Jools Holland’s longstanding Later…, a TV show in the UK, while over the years she has worked with a broad array of talented artists including grime pioneer Wiley, Roll Deep, and Wretch 32, as well as trip hop legend Tricky.