Ale Geisslerin Releases Double A-Side ‘Don’t Be My Lover’ And ‘House Party’

London based singer songwriter Ale Geisslerin released her latest tracks, ‘Don’t Be My Lover’, and ‘House Party’ on March 15. The Spanish composer’s songs are similar in style to Lana Del Rey and Lorde, and are fairly dark in style.

‘Don’t Be My Lover’ covers the ups and downs, trials and tribulations in life, as a adult, as well as the struggles with love and rejection, while ‘House Party’ is about nights out: ironically it was written during a boring night at home.

Relatively new to the music business, Ale started releasing covers in 2014, for which she raised a huge following. She has since broadened out into original material, with her EP, ‘Uncover Pt. 1’ set for release later this year.

You can find Ale Geisslerin online on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Spotify.

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  1. you forgot that she’s a lgbt icon, she’s bisexual and is in a relationship with a girl xx

  2. You should do an interview with Ale Geisslerin playing all the points, from her music to her life

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