beabadoobee Releases  "Care" and Announces Debut Album

Photo By: Callum Harrisson

It's been quite an interesting year for beabadoobee. The London-based indie rocker started the year opening up for The 1975 for a couple shows in London. If that wasn't big enough, she then saw a huge revival in streams for her debut single  "Coffee" when Canadian rapper Powfu sampled it for his viral hit  "death bed, (coffee for your head)."

This week, beabadoobee is back with new music and a special announcement. She is releasing her debut album Fake It Flowers later this year and has shared the first single,  "Care." Speaking on the song, she says,  

“This song has end-of-a-90s movie vibes, like you’re driving down a highway. It is pretty much me being angry at society, or people around me who I just don’t think know me and don’t care. I don’t want you to feel fucking sorry for me. I just want you to understand what I’ve been through. I never expected to be making the first video from my album during a pandemic! I was so lucky to be locked down with the bedroom guys, it feels like it turned out as one of the most personal, real videos I've made. I'm so excited to share it!"

"Care" has the same 90s nostalgia that we've grown to love from beabadoobee. Can't wait to hear more from the album. Watch the video for  "Care" below.

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