July 23, 2024

‘How Was Your Day?- Beabadoobee’s atmospheric love song

Beabadoobee’s latest single in the run up to debut album ‘Fake It Flowers’, ‘How Was Your Day?’, is a soothing acoustic love song, further demonstrating Bea’s musical talents that she has previously shown through her numerous EPs such as ‘Space Cadet’ and ‘Patched Up’.

With the overlapping of the vocals and guitar creating a freestyle nature to the song, it feels like as the listener that you are following Bea as she wanders through her thoughts and feelings in her mind over the song’s subject. Naturally it is a quieter piece compared to some of her previous releases and the video for the song reflects this intimacy, as we delve into Beabadoobee’s personal life beyond her music and see behind the scenes of the build up to her creation ‘Fake it Flowers’ (which is set for release on the 15th October). The video also helps to add depth, as it shows us the essence of where this personal song has blossomed from and shows us the person behind the performer, Beabadadoobee, as it strips us back to Bea, similar to the way the song is absent of the usual array of instrumentation used in her music which in turn results in giving us pure emotion.

The title ‘How Was Your Day?’ perfectly reflects the simplicity of the song and innocence of someone simply wondering how someone else they care about is and illustrates the emotion that Beabadoobee brings to her music that she will also undoubtedly convey in her upcoming album, set for release next week.

You can watch Bea’s video for ‘How Was Your Day?’ and find her 2021 tour dates below:


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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