Beabadoobee turns out to be the nostalgic ‘Last Day on Earth’ with Matty Healy from 1975

Singer-songwriter beabadoobee in his new single “Last Day On Earth” he captures the modern teenage spirit with his signature from the 90s influenced by style. Co-written with co-stars Matty Healy and George Daniel in 1975, the song teases what fans can expect from the British star in her upcoming EP, Our extended game.

“The Last Day on Earth” captures a sense of youthful freedom in the context of a global pandemic. As a result, the song serves as an ode to the nights we failed during the pandemic and a list of all the things that beabadoobee (real name Bea Kristi) would have done had she known life was going to change.

Driven by 90s influences, such as crisp guitar riffs and powerful drums, the music video serves as the perfect audition tape for 10 things I hate about you restart.

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“‘ The Last Day on Earth ’talks about all the things I would have done had I known we were going to blockade and that the world would change the way it did,” the singer shared in a statement. “All the things I would have done had I known it was the last day of our old normalcy.”

Along with giving up the new single, the singer shared that her upcoming EP, Our extended game, will arrive this spring. Produced by Healy and Daniel, Our extended game follows beabadoobee’s critically acclaimed debut album Fake flowers,, which solidified the musician as one who looks at the industry.

Describing the production of the EP, she said: “I wrote and recorded an EP on a farm with Matty and George from 1975 in the countryside … It was really nice to be able to create together, I was writing and recording in such an environment for the first time. I wanted to experiment even more on sounds and sound, and the EP has a sense of community for me … how we are all connected as one. ”

Meanwhile, beabadoobee has also announced the dates of its upcoming performance Fake flowers UK tour. Starting at the O2 Ritz in Manchester on September 7, the tour will end on October 4 with a performance at SWG3 Galvanizers, Glasgow.

Visit her official page for tickets and tour details.

beabadoobee 2021 Tour

September

7 – O2 Ritz, Manchester
9 – Leeds Beckett Student Association, Leeds
10 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
11 – O2 Institue, Birmingham
13 – J1 Cambridge Junction, Cambridge
14 – O2 Academy2 Leceister, Leceister
23 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
24 – SWX, Bristol
25 – O2 Academy Oxford, Oxford
28 – Academy, Dublin
29 – Oh Yeah Center, Belfast

October 2021
02 – University of Newcastle, Newcastle
03 – Liquid Room, Edinburgh
04 – Galvanizing machines SWG3, Glasgow

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