Ahead of her debut album Immortalised, Ava Vox brings us her latest single, “Alone Again” to act as a taster and a tease for what is to follow and what a musical gem it is. Dark and delicious, it echoes with the same sonic sturm and drang that ran through the likes of Siouxsie and The Banshees and which colored Patti Smith’s evocative and challenging poeticism…

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