BEABADOOBEE has shared her new single Ever Seen, the third release from her forthcoming studio album This Is How Tomorrow Moves, out on 16 August. The single comes with a video shot in Japan by Jake Erland.

Ever Seen was written on the road during her time on tour with Taylor Swift and was originally intended to be a pure country song until it developed into something more soaring and euphoric with zig-zagging strings and pummeling percussion. For Bea, this captures the feelings of going to Glastonbury – the elation, the thudding of drums drifting over the wind, the endless chaotic possibilities.

Featuring the singles Take A Bite and Coming Home, This Is How Tomorrow Moves sees Beabadoobee swap her bedroom for Rick Rubin’s infamous Shangri-La studio in Malibu to create a deeply self-assured record with a vast sonic scope of rock and pop. Pre-order / pre-save This Is How Tomorrow Moves

2024 also sees Beabadoobee tour across the US and the UK. In August she opens for Mitski at All Points East festival in London and headlines the BBC Radio 1 stage at Reading and Leeds before heading to North America for an extensive tour. She then returns to the UK for her biggest headline run to date, culminating at London Alexandra Palace. Tickets on sale now:



Sun 18 LONDON All Points East Festival
Fri 23 LEEDS Festival
Sun 25 READING Festival


Mon 11 GLASGOW O2 Academy
Tue 12 SHEFFIELD Octagon Centre
Wed 13 NEWCASTLE O2 City Hall
Fri 15 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy
Sat 16 MANCHESTER O2 Victoria Warehouse
Sun 17 LEEDS O2 Academy
Tue 19 BRIGHTON Dome
Wed 20 BRISTOL Beacon
Thu 21 LONDON Alexandra Palace

This Is How Tomorrow Moves stands as a testament to Bea’s artistic evolution and resilience, marking a significant milestone in her career. It captures a journey through confidence and introspection, with themes of self-acceptance and personal growth woven throughout; in parts a love letter to her younger self and all that she’s been through.

Talking about the album, she is comfortable in taking the reins of this next stage of her life: “I love this album,” she says simply, “I feel like it’s helped me so much more than anything else has in navigating this new era, this new understanding of where I’m at. I guess it’s about becoming a woman.”

“I think I’m more aware of my actions in these songs,” she adds. “In my previous records, I would consistently sing about my reaction towards other people’s doings, like a blame game. But in this record, it’s an acceptance that there’s an inevitability of my fault in there too. Whether it’s childhood trauma or relationship issues, it takes two to tango in everything.”

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