All Alone Again

Analise is a captivating presence in the East Coast college scene, growing a loyal fanbase for both her delicate songwriting and bold visual identity. In fact, Analise builds worlds like few other emerging artists can – one minute and forty-nine seconds is all it takes for her to pull you in.

“What’s the purpose in agreeing if we’re not in the right?”, she sings. Through “All Alone Again”, Analise holds space for duality – yearning for warmth while making a bittersweet case for loneliness. Sacrificing company for clarity is both the cure and the illness. Tastefully crunchy, the track was co-produced by Analise and Jackson Perry. Its lo-fi soundscape features a rumbling bass, lush harmonies, delicate fingerpicking, and cyclical, hypnotic rhythms.

The self-directed music video is out now. If you’re into the raw delivery of a Faye Webster and the confessional power of an Omar Apollo, you’re going to want to claim your “I was here early [fashionably]” ticket.

Produced By

Analise & Jackson Perry

Release Date

February 24, 2024


New Hampshire

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Eliott Akowicz
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