What would you do with your last day before the pandemic if you knew what was coming next? That’s the question indie darling Beabadoobee ponders on her new single ‘Last Day on Earth’. Rolling Stone reports the track was produced and co-written by Matt Healy and George Daniel of The 1975 who had spent time on the road with her previously as their opening act.
The very first song she wrote on guitar ‘Coffee‘ in 2017 would go on to be a viral sensation a few years later on Tik Tok as a sample on Canadian hip-hop artist Powfu’s ‘deathbed‘. She went on to put out a series of EP’s which lead to the release of her debut full-length album in the fall of 2020, Fake It Flowers featuring ‘Care’.
In the spring of 2020 during an interview with Headliner, she spoke of her hopes of inspiring the next generation of musicians by ‘encouraging young people to pick up the guitar and rock out’ as opposed to diving into a laptop to make beats.
Keep your ears peeled for the new EP and in the meantime check out the new single ‘Last Day On Earth’ which is just oozing of 90s vibes. And we’re not complaining about that at all.