Jess Rae Ayre, Amber Nielsen, and Michelle Anderson are the captivating trio of voices that make up Winnipeg combo Sweet Alibi. Their fourth album "Make A Scene" finds them at their best: delivering gorgeous harmonies with a focus on hummable melody alongside organic soul and rock grooves. "Next Somewhere" is the latest single from the new album, and the theme to this endearing track is lifted from the realities of touring life: being away from home often, but also finding a new sense of home on the road. So many fans that start out as strangers become friends, and give a sense of comfort every time Sweet Alibi visits their city.
Produced by Matt Peters and Matt Schellenberg (a.k.a. members of indie-pop squad Royal Canoe who produce under the Deadmen moniker), "Make A Scene" leverages a rich lyrical presence against stories of life and love, as Ayre, Nielsen, and Anderson weave their voices together in a gorgeous celebration of human connection. Inspired by the likes of Alabama Shakes and Bahamas, the latest drop from this Canadian trio is both luminous and soulful as they combine elements of classic soul and roots pop into a modern brew unlike anything you've heard before.