Alex Siegel Releases Long-Awaited Album 'Walk You Home' Featuring Lead Single "Roll Me"

Singer-songwriter and producer, Alex Siegel, has finally unveiled his long-awaited album, 'Walk You Home,' featuring the focus single, "Roll Me." This release comes after the success of his previous singles "Honey", "All of You" and "Sidelines". 

"Roll Me" is about still loving someone deeply and reflecting on his current relationship with his fiancée. Sharing his thoughts on the single, Siegel explains, "It's a very chill and beachy jam. I imposed creative limitations on myself to spark creativity, using just a few instruments, tape, and playing everything myself. And no caffeine." Siegel further elaborated, "It feels good, and the repeating line 'I'm still in love with you' encapsulates the album's overarching theme," making "Roll Me"  the ideal lead single.

The album is made up of songs Siegel recorded from May to September last year while going through life changes and remembering how it feels to love unconditionally. "The themes of ‘Walk You Home’ include growing up, the many shades of love, getting out of your head, letting go of control, and taking a leap of faith."

Building on the success of his 2022 album, 'Courage', which showcased his glittering vocals and thoughtful poetics, 'Walk You Home' displays an emboldened confidence in its intentionality. While he’s an accomplished jazz guitarist and former touring musician with Malian guitar legend Vieux Farka Toure, Siegel's dedication to musical excellence remains unwavering as he ensures that each melody reaches its full potential.

'Walk You Home' elicits the picture of Siegel and his fiancée curled up on the couch over his notebook, sharing art and love in an awe-inspiring ideal of creative domesticity. Capturing an easy certainty, a soft urgency, in walking back to yourself. Encompasses the concept of a home, or the home within oneself. "This album has a more organic, acoustic sound than some of my previous records. I focused more on the feeling of making it, rather than what the final product would be," Siegel adds.

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