beabadoobee – Fake It Flowers Album, Giglist Review

Despite faithfully adopting the affectations of late 90s/early 00s headstrong pop-punk bands, beabadoobee’s debut album unfolds like a diary entry torn out and thrown away because it’s too raw and real for even the writer to look at.

Twenty year-old Filipino-born British singer-songwriter beabadoobee (or Beatrice Laus as she is known to her friends) is back with a snap, crackle and pop with new album Fake It Flowers.

Read more over on Giglist.

Published by Alice Shuttleworth

I am a freelance content and creative writer studying a Postgraduate MA in Children's Literature.

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