Bea Everett
GB Uckfield – Alternative Folk / Indie/Alternative / Easy Listening / Singer/Songwriter
Bea Everett


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Bea Everett
Ab67616d0000b2730ae4912db9521b4447347084 Hourglass Single 2022
Ab67616d0000b273fe0e25870259054b65596208 The Lighthouse Single 2022
Ab67616d0000b2736c0a6954013489fb96b574da Landmark Single 2022
Ab67616d0000b273198d25afefafd2adaff1da85 Baby in Your Bones Single 2022
Ab67616d0000b273ff15347b85d8ef367424ee49 Russian Doll Album 2020
Ab67616d0000b2735d5eee941f33e86cfee303e7 The Woods Single 2014
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Bea Everett's sophomore album is due to be released on September 2nd 2022, two years on from the release of her first, 'Russian Doll' (2020).

This record mixes Bea's folky, theatrical, songwriter roots, with the brilliant production and arrangement skills of Ed Martin (Michael Baker, BabyEleanor) and Andrew Stuart Buttle (Lucy Rose, The Staves) who bring grit and character reminiscent of sounds made by Radiohead, Phoebe Bridgers, Laura Marling and Portico Quartet.

LANDMARK explores the idea of home. Home, not just as a place, but as a feeling, a person, a safe place, physical or non-physical, among the chaos of life. The sounds of chaos and calm weave in and out of one another throughout the record, representing the emotional undulations of a strange era experienced worldwide.

“Bea Everett’s brand new offering, ‘Landmark’, showcases a deep and mature songwriting talent. Melancholy melodies interweave arrangements complimented by strings, percussion, piano and harmonies that are sometimes haunting, sometimes uplifting but always finely and thoughtfully crafted. Contemporary production preserves the timeless nature of the tracks and defines a new era for Bea that is strong and refreshing.”

Darren Hougham, Full Circle Stage

“Deeply felt lyrics paired with a passionate and intense delivery – Bea Everett is the real deal. Her mesmerising live performance has won many, many fans in Broadstairs.”

Jo Tuffs, Broadstairs Folk Week

“Bea has a voice which is difficult to put into words - powerful, ethereal, resonant, hypnotic, soothing, smoky. However you can describe it, she has a voice and an album you want to listen to again and again. On repeat. Each time you do, a different song on her new album “Landmark” will become a favourite. In the poignant track “Words of her Song” the girl seems to have it all. With Bea’s new album, there’s no “seems” about it.”

Isobel Dormon, The Forum Music and Arts Venue