Beabadoobee Premieres New Song “10:36” on BBC Radio 1
- Filipino-British singer-songwriter Beatrice Laus, aka Beabadoobee premiered a new song “10:36” on BBC Radio 1's Future Artists with Jack Saunders.
The song is the fourth single off of her upcoming sophomore album “Beatopia”, following “Talk”, “See you Soon” and “Lovesong”.
It was written by Beatrice Laus and Jacob Bugden.
“'10:36' was written after 'Fake It Flowers' and just before Our Extended Play, and I had envisioned it to be on that EP, but I was just sitting on that riff for ages and then I properly made a demo during lockdown,” Beabadoobee said of the song in a press release. “It was called '10:36' because that was the time I finished writing it. It's basically about how I have this weird dependency on human contact to sleep.”
- Beabadoobee told Jack Saunders said of the song, “Almost like a general idea of stories I've had and things from experience of everyone tells you what love is, but I think the people need to write songs about what it actually is. I mean I feel like a lot of people go through relationships without realizing that a lot of their like, feelings are based on or like their actions are based on trauma and what happened to them. And you realize that when it's too late, so.”
The new album is set to be released on July 15, 2022. She said of the album, “I think it's knowing that the music I write is going to help at least one person out there or is someone's going to find that relatable. I'm not the only one feeling this way. And that gives me comfort and I wanted to write 'Beatopia' about all the feelings I had in that moment. And I haven't done that in a while.”
Photo by Erika Kamano
- source : BBC Radio 1