beabadoobee takes another "bite" at alternative pop

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beabadoobee takes another “bite” at alternative pop

beabadoobee, indie superstar, thanks above all to the sample of his song 'Coffee' in the macrohit 'death bed' by the artist called Powfu, has announced his third album. 'This Is How Tomorrow Moves' goes on sale August 16.

Beabadoobee says that 'This Is How Tomorrow Moves' reflects her own personal growth, specifically her evolution from a young girl “to a woman.” Guru Rick Rubin produced it.

On 'Take a Bite', the first single, beabadoobee takes a new bite into his favorite sound, the alternative pop of the '90s and early '2000s. The calm and placid spirit of 'Take a Bite' is reminiscent of the work of Norwegian Lene Marlin, although Beatrice Kristi's precious vocal thread remains closer to the coordinates of Mazzy Star.

In today's Song Of The Day, beabadoobee expresses his “introspective” thoughts and, specifically, talks about his tendency to make up “negative” situations inside his head. “I give free rein to situations that are fabricated imaginations,” he sings. Or, in other words, beabadoobee makes up his movies and believes them.

At another point in 'Take a Bite', beabadoobee reaffirms that position of “comfort in chaos” by singing that he would repeat those situations “over and over again.” From this feeling of loop the concept of the video clip is born.

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