Child Actor (band)
|Genres||Pop, dream pop, electronic, contemporary R&B|
|Labels||Fake Four Inc.|
|Past members||Sedgie Ogilvy|
Their first album, Victory, was released on Fake Four Inc. on October 16, 2012. Don Yates of KEXP-FM described the album as "an impressive set of maximalist, R&B-tinged electro-pop with a huge, lush sound featuring walls of glittering synths, hip hop-influenced rhythms, chopped samples, wispy vocals and sugary pop melodies." Alyce Currier of Earmilk said, "With more emotional staying power than a lot of music caught up in today's rapid release cycle, I think this one is a keeper."
Ogilvy left Child Actor in December 2012 with Natalie Plaza taking her place.
- Victory (2012)
- Partner (2012)
- Window (2012)
- Emma Brown (2012). "Discovery: Child Actor". Interview Magazine.
- Paul Lester (September 25, 2012). "New band of the day – Child Actor (No 1,358)". The Guardian.
- Niespodziany, Benjamin. "Full Moon Music: An Interview With Child Actor". Mishka Bloglin. Retrieved 11 April 2013.
- Brett Uddenberg (March 12, 2012). "Child Actor Premieres "Getaway" From Debut EP Partner (Video)". URB.
- By Brett Uddenberg (July 10, 2012). "Premiere: Child Actor Drops 3D Video for "Get Up" and Free Window EP (Video)". URB.
- Jamie Milton (September 11, 2012). "Listen: Child Actor Preview 'Victory' LP With 'If You Loved Me'". DIY.
- Yates, Don (November 2, 2012). "Child Actor: Victory". KEXP-FM.
- Currier, Alyce (November 16, 2012). "Child Actor - Victory (Album Review + Video Premiere)". Earmilk.