Alex Rv Phillips is a Singer/Songwriter/Producer born and raised in North London, UK. After years of touring around Europe, South West China and parts of America, playing iconic venues such as The Borderline, The Roundhouse and The Royal Albert Hall. Alex lived for many years off Busking and CD sales alone. With new EP, All I’ve Grown, out, The Fountain caught up with Alex about new music and plans for the year.

TF: You have a new EP out, what can we expect from All I’ve Grown?

All I’ve Grown is the first EP of songs I have released. What can you expect? As it’s my first release, I don’t really know what to expect. I’m not putting too much pressure upon it. I’m so happy to have finally put it out in the world and I’m looking forward to seeing what form it takes within my musical growth as an artist. 

TF: And can you sum up the track in one sentence?

This song is a reminder to myself to overlook some of the less relevant elements we get caught up on in our lives, and embrace the growth and change that are both painful and so necessary to who we intrinsically are – Trusting within yourself and your journey.

TF: What is your plan for the remainder of the year?

My plan for the remainder of the year is:

14th October – Summer Love (single release)

4th November – Chalk on the Pavement (Ep release)

I’ll spend the rest of the year Finalising my 3rd EP, Higher Ground ready for release at the beginning of next year. 

TF: When can we next expect a live show from you now that venues and gigs are kicking off again?

Live shows – I will be booking in a live show for early next year. Feb/March time after a couple more releases.