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With Asian roots, an Australian upbringing, and the ability to sing and write songs of universal interest and flavour, Alarice (pronounced ‘a-la-reese’) has a unique appeal in her performance. Born in Auckland, New Zealand to Singaporean parents, Alarice spent her childhood as a third culture kid, growing up in Japan, Indonesia, Dubai, India, Singapore and finally Australia. Her effortless vocals have been likened to that of songstress Brooke Fraser and having the songwriting maturity of Singapore’s very own Corrinne May.

In 2008, Alarice released her debut EP, ‘Songs for a Season’ which she recorded in Melbourne Australia with producer Brad Evans (Human Nature, Guy Sebastian). As an independent artist, 23 year old Alarice has already managed a sold-out tour in the East, with stops including Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Hong Kong.

Recently at Nashville’s GMA Immerse Conference in the United States, Alarice’s single ‘Colour’ was recognized as one of the top ten songs of the year in GMA’s prestigious songwriting competition. This led to a radio deal, with Alarice’s song ‘Colour’ receiving international radio airplay across 105 radio stations around the globe. Now back in Sydney, Australia, Alarice has been busy in the studio recording for her NEW album ‘Sunday Afternoon’ at the renown Grove Studios (Delta Goodrem, Missy Higgins) at the Central Coast with producer Andy Mak (New Empire, Candice Casagrande).