Alezzandra's "Black Rose" Visual Is a Dark, Lynch-ian Look at Femininity and Control

It's hard to do darkness well, but Serbian/Swedish artist Alezzandra is right at home in the shadows. The LA-based musician makes sludgy, droning slow-burners carried by slivery vocals that she unfurls over the heavy invectives of her songs. Her tracks are simultaneously sultry and damning, tackling desire, femininity, and control.

Track By Track: Alezzandra – ‘The Black Rose’

New Noise Magazine is pleased to bring a quick peek behind the meanings of The Black Rose, the new EP by Alezzandra. This is a short three song EP but what Alezzandra does in that time frame is magical. The slow drawn burn in the EP is magnified with a gritty undertone, matching the short film shot for the EP below. Take a listen and read the details below!


Propelled by her female empowerment narrative, poetic lyrics, psychedelic textures and enticing and expansive voice, Serbian-Swedish recording artist, Alezzandra, introduces her rich spectrum of emotion and eroticism with ‘Bad Woman’, taken from the upcoming EP, ‘The Black Rose’.

Alezzandra Explores How Love Sparked Her Growth With New Video, “Water Me”

Serbian/Swedish international recording artist, Alezzandra, shares with us her new music video “Water me” off her debut EP, The Black Rose.

“Water me” starts off with Alezzandra alone in a room talking to no one. She speaks low and calm, reciting poetic like lyrics…