beabadoobee Debuts “How Was Your Day?”

beabadoobee has Debuted her new single/video for "How Was Your Day?"
beabadoobee "How Was Your Day?"

Born in the Philippines and raised in London, Bea Kristi began recording music as beabadoobee in 2017. At just 20 years old, she has built a dedicated Gen-Z fan base. Her forthcoming release Fake It Flowers, drops October 16, via Dirty Hit. Today, the singer/songwriter has shared the album track “How Wa s Your Day?”

from beabadoobee:

“’How Was Your Day?’ is a track that explores all the relationships I neglected when I was away from home” Bea explains, “I wanted to emphasise the rawness of the lyrics with the song sonically which is why I recorded it on a four-track with all the little mistakes and vocal wobbles included. I wanted the music video to feel nostalgic to me, to include all the people I cared about, it took me back to the time I first started making music.”

Fake It Flowers influences include Elliott Smith, Daniel Johnston and Kimya Dawson of the Moldy Peaches –  and was recorded on a four-track cassette recorder in her boyfriend’s garden when her studio was closed towards the beginning of the pandemic. Packed with a longing for reconnection and simpler times, the accompanying nostalgia-tinged music video, which features Bea in grainy, VHS-like, lo-fi quality, was directed by long-term collaborators bedroom and features footage of Bea and her loved ones together over the past few months.

beabadoobee
Fake It Flowers
Dirty Hit Records

Care
Worth It
Dye It Red
Back To Mars
Charlie Brown
Emo Song
Sorry
Further Away
Horen Sarrison
How Was Your Day?
Together
Yoshimi, Forest, Magdalene

beabadoobee
2021 Tour Dates

September 07- Manchester – O2 Ritz
September 09 – Leeds – Beckett University
September 10 – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
September 11- Birmingham – O2 Institute
September 13- Cambridge – Junction
September 14- Leicester – O2 Academy
September 23- London – O2 Forum Kentish Town
September 24- Bristol – Swx
September 25- Oxford – O2 Academy
September 28 – Dublin – The Academy
September 29- Belfast – Oh Yeah Music Centre
October 02- Newcastle – University Students Union
October 03- Edinburgh – The Liquid Room
October 04 – Glasgow – Swg3

Pre-order Fake it Flowers here