Beabadoobee’s latest single ‘Worth It’ is the perfect song to build up the anticipation for her long-awaited debut album ‘Fake it Flowers’ that many fans will be eagerly waiting to be released on 15th October. It demonstrates just how incredible Bea’s music is and how much she has developed after releasing numerous EPs such as ‘Patched Up’ and ‘Space Cadet’ in the last couple of years.
A fresh face to the indie music scene in recent years, the 20 year old musician has given a new outlook on this genre and has inspired many young girls, many of whom have previously told her ‘I picked up a guitar because of you!’ Her new single ‘Worth It’ cements why, as it is a resounding yet rhythmic anthem that you want to play as loud as possible. This is a common theme within Beabadoobee’s music, as each song has an underlying angst hidden amongst gentle melodies, similar to those in the bridge of the song ‘Worth It’ as she sings ‘Don’t think this is worth it this time.’ This juxtaposition of sound in her work not only makes her music intense and powerful but also beautiful.
The video to accompany Bea’s latest single perfectly emanates the chaotic nature of the song, with her running about a hotel room and everything around her malfunctioning, similar to the feelings encapsulated within the message of the song. With ambiguous lines such as ‘Maybe that’s what I want this time’ and ‘Don’t think we can be friends’ show Bea’s confusion towards the relationship the song is based on and the video brilliantly captures this confusion and vulnerability.
Beabadoobee Tour Dates 2021:
Tue 07 Manchester O2 Ritz
Thu 09 Leeds Beckett University
Fri 10 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Sat 11 Birmingham O2 Institute
Mon 13 Cambridge Junction
Tue 14 Leicester O2 Academy
Thu 23 London O2 London Kentish Town Forum
Fri 24 Bristol SWX
Sat 25 Oxford O2 Academy
Tue 28 Dublin Academy
Wed 29 Belfast Oh Yeah Music Centre
Sat 02 Newcastle University Students Union
Sun 03 Edinburgh Liquid Room
Mon 04 Glasgow SWG 3
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