Beabadoobee Shares ‘How Was Your Day?’ Video, from Anticipated New Album ‘Fake It Flowers’ Out 10/16

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On Oct. 16, acclaimed and buzzworthy 20-year-old indie-rock singer/songwriter Beabadoobee (real name: Bea Kristi) will release her debut full-length album, Fake It Flowers.

(Click here to pre-order Fake It Flowers from our Rock Cellar Store).

The album, which comes after a series of EPs and releases that earned Beabadoobee fervent attention around the world, has been previewed with a handful of songs leading up to its release. The latest is “How Was Your Day?”, a song/video that was shared on Monday:

’How Was Your Day?’ is a track that explores all the relationships I neglected when I was away from home,” said Bea of the song in a statement. “I wanted to emphasize the rawness of the lyrics with the song sonically which is why I recorded it on a four-track with all the little mistakes and vocal wobbles included. I wanted the music video to feel nostalgic to me, to include all the people I cared about, it took me back to the time I first started making music.”

Just as with the song above, the singles shared ahead of Fake It Flowers burst with grunge-y, lo-fi indie/rock with elements of shoegaze and an undeniable knack for hooks. Here’s “Care,” the album’s opening track:

One of the more recent singles premiered is “Worth It,” with a 1990s-influenced video of its own:

And “Sorry”:

In addition to the album news, she’s announced a 2021 European/Irish tour in support of Fake It Flowers:

September 07- Manchester – O2 Ritz
September 09 – Leeds – Beckett University
September 10 – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
September 11- Birmingham – O2 Institute
September 13- Cambridge – Junction
September 14- Leicester – O2 Academy
September 23- London – O2 Forum Kentish Town
September 24- Bristol – Swx
September 25- Oxford – O2 Academy
September 28 – Dublin – The Academy
September 29- Belfast – Oh Yeah Music Centre
October 02- Newcastle – University Students Union
October 03- Edinburgh – The Liquid Room
October 04 – Glasgow – Swg3

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