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Betsy - Lost & Found

Disco beats and an inescapable chorus.
Betsy - Lost & Found
Published: 7:52 am, August 08, 2016
Disco beats and an inescapable chorus.



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What a voice! If anybody finds another singer with pipes as strong as the ones Betsy's been blessed with, let us know immediately. Following the emotion-filled soul-bearing ballad 'Fair', she returns with a massive dancefloor-destined anthem in the form of 'Lost & Found'.

String-led and boasting the 24-year-old's instantly recognisable vocal - somewhere between Clare Maguire, Kate Bush and Candi Staton - it builds with disco beats and an inescapable chorus that'll have you trying to match her range all day long.

Growing up on a goose farm in Wales, Betsy moved to Paris to design catwalk fashion before returning to write song's in her brother's caravan. She's got quite the backstory - and 'Lost & Found' is a great indicator of what's to come from this ridiculously talented performer. Ben Jolley

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