Alice Glass & Clip by Amandabfilms

Los Angeles’ Alice Glass teams up with New York City’s Clip for their new song “REMAINS.” Alongside the new single, Alice and Clip share the Respective Collective-created visuals, which sees the pair dancing in delis, cruising in cars, and walking the streets of New York City through a distorted and pixelated lens. “REMAINS” marks the first taste of a larger project to come from Alice later this year.

Speaking about “REMAINS,” Alice shares, “When I first heard Clip’s music, I immediately thought her voice has a unique magic to it. Clip has always been so kind to me and when I thought about who I wanted to collaborate with for this project, she was the first artist that came to mind. I’m really proud of what we created together and grateful for her friendship!”

“REMAINS” follows Alice’s recent cover of The Smashing Pumpkins’ cult hit “Drown,” which she created with longtime collaborator Jupiter Keyes and was celebrated by Stereogum, who described the cover as “pretty radical.” In 2022, Alice shared her debut solo full length PREY//IV, which she made with Keyes, and is a singular and electrifying blast of raw emotion created with the influence of a lifetime lived wielding the sharp objects necessary to survive in the wake of trauma and abuse. PREY//IV includes the tracks “BABY TEETH” and “FAIR GAME.” 

About Alice Glass

Alice Glass is one of the most recognizable and singular voices in the last decade of electronic pop, leaving an unmistakable mark on the genre with her versatile ability to go from an eerie lilt to an absolute roar. As one-half of Crystal Castles, she received critical acclaim internationally including NME’s John Peel Award For Innovation in Music in 2011 as well as receiving a Best New Album designation from Pitchfork. Glass has captivated audiences across the globe with her intense, in-your-face performance style, and she’s also been featured in fashion campaigns by Alexander McQueen among other notable designers. In October of 2014, Glass left Crystal Castles and eventually went public about the abusive treatment that she survived while in the band; following her debut solo single “Stillbirth” in 2015, Glass released a self-titled EP in 2017 and has kept a steady flow of single and remix releases since. She has toured extensively, built herself as a rising dj, and released her highly-anticipated debut album PREY//IV early 2022.


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