Alex Winston announces full details of debut album 'King Con'

Singer's first full-length record will come out in March next year

Alex Winston announces full details of debut album 'King Con'

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Alex Winston has unveiled details of her debut studio album 'King Con'.

The singer, who has released three EPs and a remix EP in her career thus far, will put out her full-length debut on March 5 next year through Co-Operative Music.

Winston previously told NME that there are no "love songs" on the album and that most of the material wasn't particularly personal.

She said: "There are no love songs on the album. No hate songs either; most of the songs aren’t about me either. There’s a lot of social commentary. I’m really into documentaries and a lot of the songs are inspired by that. It wasn't a deep personal album about myself."

Winston has also made a series of documentaries to coincide with the album's release and will release these online over the coming months.

You can watch the video for the singer's recent single 'Sister Wife' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The tracklisting for 'King Con' is as follows:

'Fire Ant'
'Velvet Elvis'
'Medicine'
'Locomotive'
'Host'
'Sister Wife'
'Choice Notes'
'Shock Me'
'Benny'
'Run Rumspringa'
'The Fold'


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Video: Alex Winston - 'Velvet Elvis'

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