Freya Beer is captivating in ‘Arms Wide Open’
Alternative pop artist Freya Beer is back with new music. ‘Arms Wide Open’ is a vivacious yet tender release that grabs your attention from the start.
Following from her Janaury single ‘Dear Sweet Rosie’, ‘Arms Wide Open’ was produced by Pete Hobbs from The Boy Least Likely To and released on Freya’s own label Sisterhood Records. In the track, Freya Beer commands your attention with her captivating vocal style, achieving a sound that is both haunting and sweet. Then, working with the power that the vocals possess, the pounding drums from I Am Kloot drummer Andy Hargreaves vivaciously wrap around the melodic and fuzzy guitar riffs. Freya Beer’s poetic yet distinctive style would especially delight fans of Kate Bush, Cat Power, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.
More about Freya Beer
Originally from West London, Freya Beer often draws influence from the likes of Kate Bush, Patti Smith, Bat for Lashes and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. She released her debut single ‘Bike Boy’ in 2018. Her subsequent release ‘Six Months’ earned Freya a BBC Introducing Live Lounge session and a feature on Tom Robinson’s BBC Radio 6 show.Then, in 2019, Freya launched her own record label named Sisterhood Records. On this label, she released ‘Dear Sweet Rosie’, which helped the artist to gain even more acclaim amongst radio DJs and fans. Up to now, Freya Beer has supported Stella Donnelly, Briz & The Extricated, Kristeen Young and Dave Grohl. This has also helped Freya garner the support of Marc Riley on BBC 6 Music and John Kennedy on his Radio X show, Xposure. Freya Beer is currently back in London with plenty of more great music to come!
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