Alke Indigo Premiere

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Indigo: Single Release

World Premiere


We are delighted to announce that Alke have chosen Louder Than War to premiere a new single titled Indigo.  ALKE is the partnership of singer songwriter Audrey Karrasch and producer Jameson Flood, and it is a pairing that is beginning to bear fruit after attracting attention from the likes of USA Today.   Karrash has written a delightful R n B inspired pop tune whilst Flood’s  instrumentation and arrangements make the song brighter and bolder whilst adding depth and charm.

Talking about the new release Alke told us that:

“We associate things with colors subconsciously. Dreams, songs, and emotion can be identified with a unique shade. Anger makes us see red. Green gives us the go ahead. Yellow feels like spring is in bloom. Sadness is every shade of blue. Indigo is the in-between. So beautifully caught in the middle, exactly where it’s supposed to be.. lonesome but not hopeless. Perfectly intertwined. When you are invisible but you are seen for the first time. It isn’t a dream. That person looking back at you doesn’t see right through you. You are not that blue. They have a face you will never forget. That place will always be nostalgic. An experience only identified as indigo. Outsiders colliding for the first time. Two jaded lovers forming an indigo life.”

We think that you will agree that Alke have produced a quite lovely piece of music.  Audrey’s voice is soulful and full of passion whilst the instrumentation provides a sonic soundscape of rare beauty.  Please check it out, enjoy it an pop over to Alke’s official website to enjoy some more of their music.


Alke’s official website is here:  They are on Facebook and Instagram  and Audrey Tweets as @AudreyKarrasch

Words by Alan Ewart: you can follow Alan on Twitter at @soundofmysummer or on the internet at and you can read more posts by Alan at his Louder Than War author’s archive

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