|Alex the Astronaut Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Date of Birth||1995|
Alex the Astronaut is an Australian singer and songwriter who is best known for the release of her single Already Home from her debut EP titled To Whom It May Concern. Thereafter, she released a number of other hit tracks including Not Worth Hiding and Waste Of Time.
Alex the Astronaut
She was born in 1995.
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Alex studied at the Pymble Ladies’ College in Sydney in the past. Later, she went on to pursue a degree in maths and physics at Long Island University in New York.
Alex the Astronaut is represented by Paradigm Talent Agency.
Alternative, Indie Rock
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
54 kg or 119 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
- Thin lips
- Heart-shaped face
- She has a beauty spot on her chin.
Alex the Astronaut Facts
- She is very fond of storytelling.
- Alex has released many singles such as Waste Of Time, Happy Song, and I Think You’re Great.
- She was 18 years old when she relocated to New York after receiving a soccer scholarship at Long Island University.
- On March 31, 2017, Alex released her debut EP titled To Whom It May Concern, which included the single Already Home (2016).
- In the year 2018, she was the headline tour for Welsh-Australian musician Stella Donnelly.
- She named her record label Minkowski Records, after the spacetime diagram that is also known as the Minkowski diagram.
- While studying at Long Island University, she did a thesis on sonoluminescence. Also, she was on the college football team for the LIU Post Pioneers.
- The music that she releases is said to be of an amazing combination of folk-pop and folktronica. Her style is often compared to the likes of musician Paul Maurice Kelly.
- She is commonly recognized as “Australia’s most powerful and important songwriters.”
- Alex has performed at various festivals including the Laneway Festival, Party In The Paddock, Beer & Cider Festival, and The Drop Festival.
- In April 2020, Alex started a fundraiser in order to help contribute to the purchase of PPE kits for the medical facilitators who were working to help save patients suffering from COVID-19.
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