Singer-songwriter Alexa Wilding has beguiled audiences for years with her haunting voice, cutting-edge style and singular noir folk. Called "the neo-Stevie Nicks" by The New York Times, her two albums - 2009's self-titled debut and 2012's Coral Dust - feature "moody fables over a spray of watercolor sounds" (Time Out New York). Confessional, mystical and tinged in Americana, both efforts feature support from Wilding's longtime collaborator, Tim Foljahn (Cat Power, Thurston Moore, Townes Van Zandt) and Television's Fred Smith. She is currently at work on her third album with producer Tom Beaujour (Nada Surf, Juliana Hatfield).

In 2013, following the birth of her twin sons, Wilding shared a cover of Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game," featuring Au Revoir Simone. The following year saw "Mirage," a collaboration with Kevin Serra's Cloud Seeding, a singles project on Brooklyn's Bleek Records. She also continued to score fashion films and commercials for Scandinavian brand, Ivana Helsinki. Lastly, Tim Foljahn's cover of "Bird" from her 2009 debut, was featured on Showtime's "Shameless."

Tagged as "one of music's hippest chicks" alongside Florence + The Machine (New York Post), she has been featured as one to watch in Bust Magazine, Dossier Journal, Nylon, Urban Outfitters, Page Six and Harper's Bazaar amongst others. Her music reached a national audience while on tours with Au Revoir Simone, Ben Lee and Jennifer O'Connor, and overseas via her video collaborations with Ivana Helsinki. A native New Yorker, Wilding cut her teeth as a side woman in Int'l Shades, an art-rock project with former Pussy Galore/Sonic Youth drummer, Bob Bert and Live Skull's Mark C.  She lives and works in Manhattan with her family.

The neo Stevie Nicks.
— The New York Times
One of our favorite singer-songwriters...if you haven’t heard of Alexa Wilding yet, you will soon.
— BUST Magazine
Her musical sensibility is hard to describe. She has a bit of Kate Bush, a bit of freak folk, and a bit of Stevie Nicks in her, and her singing and guitar playing are powerful tools that are very much under her control.
— Ben Lee to Magnet
One of music’s hippest chicks [alongside Florence + The Machine]
— New York Post
Would Alexa Wilding’s entrancing folk be just as gently hypnotic if she had a cardboard box for a face? Her sweet voice is a delicate, powerful instrument with enough character to set it apart. So yes: Wilding may not need her striking looks but they certainly don’t hurt.
— San Francisco Weekly
Some people are born for it.
— Nylon
Her compelling lyrics and faint guitar stroking, combined with a hint of the hardness of rock and roll, offered a listening experience that was as unique as the songstress herself.
— Santa Barbara Independent
...a dreamy folk sound with a sultry twist.
— Paper
Alexa Wilding is one of the few artists these days that can back her style with substance. Her {music} is completely unique, combining a splash of folk with atmospheric wonder...her sound will continue to shape shift,
— Rock Torch