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Jumping the Shark by Alex Cameron, released 19 August 2016 1. Happy Ending 2. Gone South 3. Real Bad Lookin' 4. The Comeback 5. She's Mine 6. Internet 7. Mongrel 8. Take Care of Business My name is Alex Cameron and I won't waste your time. When you're talking about me and my business partner, Roy Molloy, you're talking about the online cowboys in the wild-west days of the World Wide Web. And if you want to know what we're really about just look at all the things you wish you'd done differently. IAmContent He's like some Nebraska-era Springsteen or Tom Waits for the student loan generation.

Jumping the Shark, 2016. Real Bad Lookin', 04:33. Take Care of Business, 04:07.

Album · 2016 · 8 Songs. Jumping the Shark Alex Cameron. Bathed in noir shades, Cameron makes eerie synth tracks perfect for a David Lynch movie.

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Alex Cameron is your new favourite loser. Or, to put it more poetically, he’s music’s rising connoisseur of failure. A character songwriter in the guise of a Lynchian cabaret act, he peoples his synthpop with stories more suited to AA meetings than song-and-dance routines. Cameron’s style may verge on the parodic, but he takes his theme seriously and has compassion for his characters. Album opener Happy Ending takes a seat at the bar with a laid-off financier living back with his folks. Single The Comeback, with its vocal full of brooding bombast, meanwhile, is the tale of a washed-up gameshow host. Somehow, these stories attain tear-jerking levels of dignity through being performed by a guy with hyperbolic dance moves, peculiar hair and only a seedy looking saxophonist, Roy Molloy, for company

Alex Cameron (born circa 1990) is an Australian musician, singer and songwriter. Born and raised in Sydney, he is best known for his solo career, a high-concept act in which Cameron initially adopted the persona of a failed entertainer. He is also a member of the electronica act Seekae. During live performances, Cameron is often joined by saxophonist and "business partner" Roy Molloy.