Introducing rising star, Beattie, hailing from Bedford. The alt/pop singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer, is sure to captivate listeners with her honest lyrics that are wise beyond her years, and synth-led beats. Beattie is tipped to be on everyone’s lips, following her forthcoming release.
Beattie has today released her brand new single, Treat Me Right. Led by her rich and sultry yet soaring vocals, the track explores themes of vulnerability, self-worth and self-assurance. Produced by Bhav (Nicole Scherzinger, Noah Cyrus & James Arthur), Treat Me Right is available to stream/download here
Beattie has explained, “I wrote Treat Me Right when I was in a state of confusion, and undertaken with the frustrations of trying to navigate through someone’s mixed signals, and empty promises. The song insinuates a realisation that maybe this person isn’t who I thought they could be, although I do have a tendency to fantasise and idealise. The hook offers an ultimatum in a way – tell me how you feel or leave me alone!”
Last year saw the West London-based artist release her single, Lucky, which was written, produced and performed entirely by Beattie herself. Since then, the songstress has been holed up at home continuing to hone her craft, and getting ready for her long-awaited return to the www. Beattie is preparing to announce a slew of live dates, so watch this space.
Having previously released two singles in the form of Lucky and Games, Beattie has racked up over 100,000 organic streams on Spotify, which for an independent artist is no mean feat. Inspired by the likes of BANKS and Lana Del Rey, the 22 year-old’s own sound is an amalgamation of her pop sensibilities, blended with her brooding vocal-style.
Growing up, the singer/songwriter listened to the likes of Amy Winehouse, and David Bowie thanks to her Dad passing on all his old records. When Beattie was just twelve, she decided to buy her first keyboard, and by thirteen she had taught herself guitar. Drum lessons soon followed, and then before she knew it, Beattie was recording covers on GarageBand before writing and recording her own tracks. Music has always been an important outlet for Beattie; having fans relating and responding to her music is paramount to her, and something she cherishes. Beattie’s one true love is music, but her passions go much further than this. She is enamoured of photography, and takes her camera wherever she goes.