Alexi Murdoch Information

Alexi Murdoch is a Scottish-American singer-songwriter known for his introspective and folk-inspired music. Born on December 27, 1973, in London, England, Murdoch spent his formative years in various countries, including Greece and Scotland. His international upbringing deeply influenced his music, resulting in a unique blend of folk, acoustic, and indie elements. Over the years, Murdoch has gained a devoted following for his evocative lyrics and haunting melodies.

Timeline:

  • 2002: Alexi Murdoch independently released his debut EP, “Four Songs,” which included the standout track “Orange Sky.” This song would later become one of his signature tunes.
  • 2006: He released his first full-length album, “Time Without Consequence,” which received critical acclaim and featured tracks like “Breathe” and “All My Days.” The album’s success helped establish Murdoch as a prominent figure in the folk music scene.
  • 2011: After a hiatus from releasing new music, Murdoch returned with the EP “Towards the Sun,” which featured the song “Through the Dark.” The EP continued to showcase his songwriting prowess.
  • 2015: He contributed his music to the soundtrack of the film “Away We Go,” further expanding his reach and introducing his music to a wider audience.
  • 2020: Murdoch continued to perform live and maintain a dedicated fan base, although he had not released a new album since “Time Without Consequence.”

Discography:

  1. Four Songs (EP, 2002)
  2. Time Without Consequence (2006)
  3. Towards the Sun (EP, 2011)

Alexi Murdoch is primarily a solo artist, often performing alone or with minimal accompaniment. His music is characterized by his distinctive voice and acoustic guitar skills.

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