Alexandra Savior

About Alexandra Savior

Known for her heavily atmospheric and dreamy psychedelic sound that's aptly described as "desert rock" or an extension of the neo-torch song, Alexandra Savior (full name: Alexandra Savior McDermott) is an American alternative pop/rock singer/songwriter from Portland, Oregon. Inspired by a broad range of artists such as Otis Redding, Jack White, Amy Winehouse, and Etta James, she signed with Columbia Records in 2013. Her first demo, "Risk," then appeared on the second season soundtrack of HBO's popular anthology crime drama True Detective. Billed on the soundtrack as Alexandra McDermott, she then decided to use her middle name as her last for her stage persona. Savior's debut album, Belladonna of Sadness, arrived in April of 2017. ~ Rob Wacey

Portland, Oregon, United States
June 14, 1995
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