After releasing the emotional ballad ‘Second Hand’, the latest offering from Beth Lowen sees her heading in a different direction – with stripped back moments being accompanied by a huge chorus.
Describing the track, Beth said: “It’s about being fucking scared and not knowing what the hell you’re doing and just rolling with it. It’s a song of release, a personal song about myself and mental health problems and taking a leap of faith.”
As for the video, it sees Lowen teaming up with director Elliott Gonzo to reflect the track’s rebellious nature.
Beth said: ““I wanted to let Elliott do his thing. He has a wonderful mind and knows me pretty well so I knew he would capture the song in a beautiful way.”
Currently recording her debut record on Fiction Records, she’ll also headline the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading and Leeds Festival in August, alongside dates at Boardmasters Festival. You can check out the dates below.
26th DERBYSHIRE, Y Not Festival
Tues 30th LONDON, NME Girls To The Front, Shacklewell Arms
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Thurs 8th NEWQUAY, The Dead Famous Liquor Lounge
Fri 9th NEWQUAY, Boardmasters Festival
Sat 24th READING, Reading Festival