Trading Prince Edward Island for Vancouver, Alford's body of work spans as many mediums as cities lived in, from dance to fiction, poetry and songs. In 2017, she was featured on Jesse Waldman's critically acclaimed album, Mansion Full of Ghosts, earning her shout-outs from Rootsville, Lonesome Highway, and Penguin Eggs for her angelic vocals.
Drawing comparison to Joanna Newsom, Kate Bush, and The McGarrigle Sisters, she co-founded the Montréal chamber-pop band, Valleymakers, receiving CBC airplay and praise from Nightlife, Midnight Poutine, and Voir for their 2012 self-titled EP.
She released her first solo EP, The Men, recorded, produced, and featuring performances by Christopher Fox and Laurie Torres of Folly & The Hunter. Bloody Underrated called it "five starkly beautiful songs" that served to "vindicate [Alford's] decision to venture into a solo career."
Tracks from The Men were featured on UK radio show Best of Bandcamp, and 2017 Vancouver Film Festival featured short, Push Start.
She is currently recording her first full-length album.