Alexandra Sullivan has embarked on a new electronic pop project under the moniker Cherophobiac. The New York based songwriter cites Kate Bush, Depeche Mode, and Björk as influences and is preparing to release her debut album. Prayer Hands, her debut single, is a deeply reflective take on the hardships of intimate relationships. Underpinned by beautifully executed instrumental work, Sullivan’s vocal shines with an emotive rawness that reveals a truly talented songwriter.
“‘Prayer Hands’ is about the process of losing faith in something that you once valued or believed in. It references the cycle of revisiting that value or belief, and coming to the repeated realization that you can no longer abide by that idea or ideology. It’s about seeing something in a different light, and being unable to see it another way again – for better or for worse.” – Cherophobiac