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  • Bec Sandridge Releases New EP “Lost Dog”: Streaming

  • Australian alt-pop singer-songwriter Bec Sandridge released a new EP “Lost Dog” on October 7, 2022.
    It is her firs project in three years since the 2019 album “TRY + SAVE ME”.
    The EP comprises 5-track, featuring guest appearance from Andy Bull. Produced by Dave Jenkins Jr, Tony Buchen, and Tony Buchen.
    Bec Sandridge said of the EP, “I was a bit of a lost dog, myself and I also lost my dog. This EP is a snapshot of that time. The goal was to take time and write my best songs to date… On my debut record, I felt that I hadn't gone as far as I could in terms of angularity and the whole gloss-pop thing. I wanted to really sit in that pocket... To me, this lot of songs feels like driving into a sunset, no sunglasses, with an ache in the pit of your stomach (potentially a hangover): it's sickeningly beautiful, temporarily blinding and also, signifying the end of a big ol' chapter.”
  • She added, “I'm incredibly thrilled with how these songs have turned out and I have been fortunate enough to work with a lot of my favourite people on these songs, people that have true insight into my sonic brain. Dave Jenkins Jr, Lucy Taylor, Andy Bull, Geoff Swan, Japanese Wallpaper, Rosie Fitzgerald, Dorny Mayes, Tony Buchen - such a dream team!”

    Bec Sandridge explained of some tracks for the EP.

    “COST OF LOVE”
    “I wrote this song with dear pals Lucy Taylor and Dave Jenkins Jr. At the time, I was stuck in a kind of tug-of-war, arm-wrestle with myself… Weighing up whether a certain relationship was worth it (the unraveling of a thread, the push and pull in compromise, digging up old and new dirt).
    It felt like I had lost myself in a relationship that had a relatively frail foundation.
    Despite the rocky-ness of the whole thing, we kept trying to build upon it beyond the used-by-date…I guess, we attempted to roll the shit in shit-tonnes of glitter to a degree. This song was my attempt to explore being logical in love and answer the question of: “how do you know when to call it before you lose all of yourself and in turn, each-other?”


  • “The Jetty” featuring Andy Bull
    “'The Jetty' was written about falling off a Jetty in Naoshima, Japan. My ex-partner fell in and I attempted to pull her out. Hilariously, I also fell in (passports, phone, paper-money were all completely gone)… This felt like the perfect analogy for our relationship – losing ourselves and each-other, whilst trying to salvage every last water-damaged object that we had on us. I guess, this one asks the sea-sick question: 'is there something (or someone) else out there?
    Initially, Andy came into the studio to play synths on the track. I was beyond honored when he asked if he could sing on the track as well. I've been a big Andy Bull fan for a very long time and completely adore what he does vocally, lyrically and in particular, all of the synth sounds he uses. Dave (Jenkins Jr) had the genius idea that we make the track a Joni Mitchell-esque Snakes and Ladders duet whereby Andy kinda drops in and out of the second verse in a non-linear kinda of way – which I love. An old collaborator, Tony Buchen also did some additional production on the track, which was a nice full-circle moment…”

    Photo by Will Edgar
    Background photo by Eddie Osbourne
  • source : Apple Music
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