American singer - songwriter Alexandra Savior will be at %100 Studio on May 15th as part of the PSM Jazz Festival with her atmospheric and psychedelic melodies!
Alternative pop singer Alexandra Savior McDermott had an impeccable taste in music even at a young age. Savior, who started writing songs at the age of 14, was inspired by artists such as Otis Redding, Jack White, Amy Winehouse and Etta James. The musician, who published the cover for Angus Stone's “Big Jet Plane” in 2012 managed to attract the attention of the entire industry, soon moved to Los Angeles to study music. She signed to Columbia Records in 2013 and crossed paths with Alex Turner, whom we know from Arctic Monkeys. Savior, which matured and developed in terms of music with the touches of Turner, released "The Archer" in 2019 after her debut album "Belladonna of Sadness" released in 2017. Alexandra Savior, with her style that touches every corner of the alternative, psychedelic and indie genres; is coming to %100 Studio on May 15th as a part of PSM Jazz Festival!