“‘Business’ is a slow-building, minimalistic synth track with dark and introspective lyrics. Camerons voice is hauntingly methodical . . . The video for the song is a perfectly simple pairing Cameron, on a small dark stage lit up in blue, sings out to a crowd we cant see. His movements are slow and purposeful, his hair slicked back, and his suit straight from a totally bitchin Armani runway show.” — SPIN
Sydney’s Alex Cameron will release his debut album, Jumping The Shark, on August 19th via Secretly Canadian. Alex weaves intelligent, poignant lyricism with primitive 80s synths and seemingly minimalist arrangements recalling David Bowie and Ariel Pink, all under a Lynch-ian lense. His debutis a collection of 4-minute tales written to provide you with insight into the inner workings of Alex Cameron (who is always joined by his business partner and saxophonist Roy Molloy). No pretension, no filler, just brilliantly raw and confident.

The very best way to get a feel for Alex Cameron is to read his own words, watch his videos — both the previously released “Shes Mine” video and brand new video for the albums closing track, “Take Care Of Business”, and, most importantly, catch his one-of-a-kind live show. After returning from a European tour supporting Mac DeMarco, Kevin Morby and Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Alex will tour this fall supporting Angel Olsen.