Little has hindered Ali Rice's ever-growing dedication to becoming an accomplished musician. From gaining national radio play on Chris Evan's BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show, alongside regional BBC News coverage in a previous band at the age of 13, Ali has since evolved into a respected solo artist and multi-instrumentalist. With many years of relentless commitment to songwriting and self production, Ali has crafted his own distinctive sound and identity, taking influence and being compared to big names such as Kings of Leon, Noel Gallagher and U2.
Any listener will gain a rare insight into Ali’s life through his material. Much like a movie or novel, his songwriting captures a storyline narrated by poetic lyrics, and illustrated by his personal experiences of the world and it’s encounters. Along with expressing themes such as social constructions, love, happiness and modern struggles, there is a genuine sense of honesty and empathy within Ali’s delivery, all tied up with a ribbon of panoptic guitars and melodic instrumentation.
Safe to say, Ali has found a strong place within South West England's alternative indie rock and roll scene.