Pixey has released her first mini-album, ‘Dreams, Pains & Paper Planes’

The eight-track release has arrived via Chess Club Records.
Photo credit: Isaac Lamb

Pixey has shared ‘Dreams, Pains & Paper Planes’, her first eight-track mini-album.

The Liverpudlian performer has written, recorded and produced the release herself, as with her previous EP releases ‘Free To Live In Colour’ & ‘Sunshine State’, both of which have received 5-star reviews from Dork, citing “immense production and impeccable vocals” in addition to “almost excessive skills and glamour”.

On her newest release, Pixey says: “‘Dreams, Pains & Paper Planes is the biggest project I’ve released to date. I wrote, recorded and produced the mini LP mostly in my bedroom over the last year. I wanted the record to have more complexity than my previous EPs.”

“Genre-bending and exploring more anxieties but keeping my favourite big beats & breaks was really important to me when writing it,” she adds. “More than anything, I want the listener to feel like they can dip into an alternate world for a while, whether it’s comforting or not”

You can stream / pre-order physical copies of ‘Dreams, Pains & Paper Planeshere, and watch the music video for recent single ‘I’m Just High’ below:

Pixey has recently performed at summer festivals including Truck, Tramlines and Y Not following a support slot on labelmate Alfie Templeman’s sold-out spring tour. She also appeared on Dork’s flagship podcast-slash-radio-show Down With Boring, which you can listen to here.

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