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British-Filipina singer-songwriter Beabadoobee brings dreamy indie-pop to life with her heartfelt music.

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Who Is Beabadoobee? Beabadoobee (born Beatrice Laus) is a British-Filipina singer-songwriter whose dreamy indie-pop sound has found an audience worldwide. Born in the Philippines in 2000, she moved to London with her family at the age of three. Growing up in London’s creative scene, Beabadoobee was inspired by folk and indie music from the likes of Bob Dylan and Fleetwood Mac. Her musical career began when she was 15 after posting lo-fi demos on Soundcloud. Eventually, she signed with Dirty Hit records and released her first single, "Coffee", in 2018.Beabadoobee's Music Career After releasing "Coffee", Beabadoobee quickly gained traction on streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music. Not long after that, she released her debut EP Space Cadet which featured tracks “I Wish I Was Stephen Malkmus” and “She Plays Bass.” The EP attracted attention from The 1975 frontman Matty Healy who invited Beabadoobee to open their 2019 tour. Shortly after the tour, Beabadoobee released the single "Care" which was produced by Healy himself. In 2020, Beabadoobee released her debut album Fake It Flowers featuring singles "Sorry" and "Worth It".Beabadoobee's Collaborations Throughout her career, Beabadoobee has collaborated with many other artists such as Lauv, Cavetown, and The 1975. She made an appearance on The 1975’s 2020 album Notes on a Conditional Form for their song "Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America". She also featured on Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi’s single "Someone You Loved (Remix)" and released her own remix of the track.Beabadoobee's Discography Beabadoobee has released two studio albums - Fake It Flowers (2020) and Our Extended Playlist (2021) - as well as numerous EPs including Space Cadet (2019), Loveworm (2020), and Patched Up (2020). She has also released several non-album singles including "Care", "She Plays Bass", and "Worth It". Her music has been streamed millions of times worldwide.