debut album Fake It Flowers out October 16th
shares new track ‘Sorry’
Indisputably one of the most exciting breakthrough artists of the past year, Beabadoobee today announces details of her highly anticipated debut album Fake It Flowers, out October 16th via Dirty Hit. She has also shared her confessional new track ‘Sorry’, premiered by Zane Lowe on Beats 1, alongside the accompanying cinematic video directed by long-term collaborators bedroom. Fake It Flowers is available for pre-order now, see below for full tracklisting.
About the new song, Bea says “Sorry is an apology, confessing my mistakes in a friendship and watching someone who I love breakdown and fade away as a person. It’s the idea of dismissing something because it felt too close home and a personal reminder to never take for granted what that person could have had.”
Last month Beabadoobee shared the first single from her debut album, ‘Care’, which was premiered as Hottest Record In The World by Annie Mac at BBC Radio 1 and has since been streamed well over one million times.
Fake It Flowers
Dye It Red
Back To Mars
How Was Your Day?
Yoshimi, Forest, Magdalene
Born in the Philippines and raised in London, Bea Kristi began recording music as Beabadoobee in 2017. At just 20 years old, Beabadoobee has built her huge, dedicated Gen-Z fan base with her flawless output of confessional bedroom pop songs and DIY aesthetic. Her first track, ‘Coffee’ gathered hundreds of thousands of streams in a matter of days, through a fan-uploaded video, and has since taken on new life as a sample in Powfu’s TikTok and worldwide chart-dominating hit.
Earlier this year Bea took to the road on a UK arena tour with labelmates The 1975, including two sold out shows at London’s O2 arena. The end of 2019 also saw her tour the US with Clairo, headline the sold out Dirty Hit Tour and release her acclaimed third EP Space Cadet, the follow up 2018’s Dirty Hit debut Patched Up and her stardom cementing Loveworm. Her highly anticipated debut album Fake It Flowers is out on October 16th.
Praise for Beabadoobee
“Phenomenal” – Vogue
‘The spirit of Pavement’s Stephen Malkmus has regenerated itself in 2020 as a bleach-haired teenager’ – Dazed
“galaxy-class starry-eyed swoon-pop” – The Guardian
“Beabadoobee provides a score to the lives of her teenage fans… she gives ‘90s alt-rock a cinematic sheen” – The FADER
“Intimate, close confessional vocals matched with stargazy guitars… a DIY sense of rawness, unaffected by industry bullshit or concerns over streaming algorithms” – i-D
“A bedroom-wall-of-sound classic… built to echo on infinite repeat” – New Yorker