Beabadoobee’s New Single ‘See You Soon’ Has Been Released

‘See You Soon’ is the second single from ‘Beatopia’

Following up on March’s ‘Talk,’ Beabadoobee has released a stunning new song called ‘See You Soon’. The Dirty Hit star’s second album, ‘Beatopia’ (pronounced bay-a-toe-pee-uh), will be launched on the 15th of July. ‘See You Soon’ is the second single from the album.

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Beabadoobee said in a press release about the new song that she feels that the goal behind ‘See You Soon’ is that, it’s designed to make people feel like they are tripping on shrooms, or, in particular, the chorus to sound like a breath of fresh air, like a realization of some sort.

She went on to say that she wrote it while she was travelling a lot, making a lot of mistakes and doing a lot of things to help her sort a lot of stuff out.  She feels like she realized how important it was to do that. She added saying it was extremely therapeutic because it made her appreciate everything around her so much more.

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Being alone with her own thoughts was like a punch in the face she says as she thinks it’s just playing along with the idea that it’s alright to make errors as long as they help a person to grow. Then everything finally makes sense and it is important to be oneself in the end.

A video for ‘See You Soon is expected to be released soon but here is to the track:

‘Beatopia,’ the follow-up to Beabadoobee’s 2020 debut album ‘Fake It Flowers,’ is a fantastical yet deeply intimate universe that was developed in the imagination of a seven-year-old Beabadoobee and has been with her ever since, according to the press release. 

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The singer discussed the sound of the new album in an interview earlier this year. She told Alt Press, that it’s a lot of different vibes.  Not a single song sounds the same as the others and that she has been listening to a band called ‘Stars’ a lot lately, and she has always liked Stereolab.

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She revealed she has been working with the guitarist Jacob, and they’ve been using a lot of teen engineering, drum machines and guitar mashups. She wasn’t sure how to describe it, but says it sounded very 2006 to her. The new record feels like it’s what it was supposed to sound like.

—Aditi Manjunath