Alex Hope (songwriter)

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Alex Hope
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Background information
Birth nameAlexandra Hope Robotham
Born (1993-11-29) 29 November 1993 (age 25)
London, United Kingdom
Occupation(s)Songwriter, producer, musician, singer
InstrumentsGuitar, bass, vocals, piano
Years active2012–present
LabelsSony ATV Music Publishing
Associated actsTroye Sivan, Broods, Wrabel

Alexandra Hope Robotham (born 29 November 1993), professionally known as Alex Hope, is an Australian ARIA and APRA Award winning producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. She is the daughter of the Gold Dagger awarded author Michael Robotham.


Alex worked as a producer and writer on Troye Sivan's debut album, Blue Neighbourhood, released in December 2015, and featured as a vocalist on the song 'BLUE'. 'Youth' won Song of the Year at the 2016 ARIA Awards,[1] where Alex was also nominated for Producer of the Year and Engineer of the Year for her work on Blue Neighbourhood.[2]

In 2016, Alex was named Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year at the APRA Awards.[3] In 2017, she became an APRA ambassador [4] and was included in the Spotify 'Secret Genius' campaign as the ambassador for Australia.[5]

Alex is known for her work with a variety of artists including Troye Sivan, Tina Arena, Taylor Henderson, Wrabel, Tove Lo, Jack Antonoff and Broods.[6] [7]

Alex Hope was highlighted for her achievement during the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, alongside Ciara, Audra Mae and Taylor Parks, in partnership with Uber.

Full Discography[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Album Credits
2018 "If I Killed Someone For You" Alec Benjamin Narrated For You Producer, Co-writer
"Chasing Daylight" Mikky Ekko Fame Co-writer
"Let You Down"
"What's It Like Now"
"Lucky Strike" Troye Sivan Bloom Producer, Co-writer
"If We Have Each Other" Alec Benjamin Narrated For You Producer, Co-writer
"Out For Love" Bayli TBA Producer, Co-writer
"Back Up Plan" Plested TBA Producer, Co-writer
"Say" Ruel Ready EP Co-writer
"Hallucinate" Missy Higgins Solastalgia Co-writer, Producer
"Red Moon"
"Drink About" Seeb ft. Dagny Nice To Meet You Co-writer
"Strawberries & Cigarettes" Troye Sivan Love, Simon: OST Co-writer
"I Believe You" Fletcher TBA Producer, Co-writer
"Put It On Me" Matt Maeson The Hearse Co-writer, Additional Production
"What's It Like Now" Mikky Ekko Advance Copy EP Co-writer
"Howl" Years & Years Palo Santo Co-writer
2017 "Alien" Tomi Used To EP Producer, Co-writer
"hey, you got drugs?" Tove Lo Blue Lips Producer, Co-writer
"Tell Me Again" Jamie Lawson Happy Accidents Co-writer
2016 "Wild"
(featuring Alessia Cara)
Troye Sivan Blue Neighbourhood Producer, Co-writer
"11 Blocks" Wrabel We Could Be Beautiful EP Producer, Co-writer
"Something" Gnash Single Producer, Co-writer
"Hold the Line" Broods Conscious Producer, Co-writer
"Freak of Nature"
(featuring Tove Lo)
"Recovery" Co-producer, Co-writer
"One Thing" Nicole Miller Communication EP Producer, Co-writer
2015 "Wild" Troye Sivan Blue Neighbourhood Producer, Co-writer
"Fools" Co-writer
(featuring Tkay Maidza)
"Cool" Producer, Co-writer
(featuring Betty Who)
"Youth" Co-writer
"Too Good" Producer, Co-writer
(featuring Alex Hope)
Featured Artist, Producer, Co-writer
"Nirvana" Tuka Life Death Time Eternal Producer, Co-writer
"Right by You"
"My Star"
2014 "When You Were Mine" Taylor Henderson Burnt Letters Co-writer
"Already Gone"
"Brighter Days"
"Piece by Piece"
"The Best Part"
"Burnt Letters" Producer, Co-writer
"Fun" Troye Sivan TRXYE EP Co-writer
"Palace" Jessica Mauboy Beautiful Co-writer
"The Pause" Guy Sebastian Madness Co-writer
2013 "Patchwork Heart" Tina Arena Reset Co-writer
"Don't Look Back"
"Only Lonely"
"Lose Myself"
"Your Eyes" Jai Waetford Jai Waetford EP
"Borrow My Heart" Taylor Henderson Taylor Henderson


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  3. ^ APRAS 2016
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  6. ^ Moran, Jonathon (30 November 2013). "Sydney Confidential takes a look at some of Australia's most accomplished song writers". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2014-06-23.
  7. ^ Stone, Jake (13 June 2014). "FEATURE: Jake Stone interviews songwriter Alex Hope". Happy. Archived from the original on 18 June 2014. Retrieved 6 July 2014.

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