REBEKAH FITCH RELEASES NEW SINGLE ‘DUST’

ALT-POP EXPLORING LOSS THROUGH POETIC VOCALS AND ELECTRONICA LOOPS

Rebekah Fitch is releasing new single ‘Dust’ on September 11th 2020

“Artful pop with a real sense of depth” – Clash Magazine

Irish alt-pop songwriter Rebekah Fitch performs with a sense of purpose and ardour on new single ‘Dust’. An ode to letting go and moving on with life after a sudden loss, the track exhibits her diverse pallet, taking influence from poetry and experimental electronica to deliver a gut punch of a record.

Rebekah tells us “It’s a journey of coming to terms with losing someone you thought you would never lose – dealing with the grief and loss around this new reality, of a full picture of how my future would be, suddenly reduced to dust.”

Her live shows are multi-instrumental, utilising live loops of vocals, a flute and other instruments to create a wall of sound. This engaging performance style has been seen on Sky One, BBC Two and at sold out venues such as London’s Koko.

Rebekah was included in Hot Press and The Thin Air’s 2019 Watch Lists, along with being nominated for Best Emerging Act in the Northern Irish Music Prize.

‘Dust’ is available everywhere from September 11th 2020.

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