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Dirty Hit newcomer Beabadoobee has dropped her new EP ‘Patched Up’

It comes ahead of a special headline show at London’s St Pancras Old Church tonight (December 7th)
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Published: 10:47 am, December 07, 2018
Dirty Hit newcomer Beabadoobee has dropped her new EP ‘Patched Up’

Shaping 2019 up in a very lovely manner, Dirty Hit newcomer Beabadoobee has unveiled her mesmerising new EP ‘Patched Up’.

Full of cosy swoons perfect for a chilly December day, Bea describes the EP as “a collection of songs that patch up a history of teenage unhappiness in the lead up to turning 18 years old”. It’s a remarkable introduction to a name we’re bound to see all over the place in 2019. 

Beabadoobee will mark the EP release with a special show tonight (December 7th) at London’s St Pancras Old Church, with a confirmed slot at next year’s Live At Leeds already in the diary too. 

You can find Beabadoobee on The Hype List 2019, running through the essential new names primed to make a splash in 2019. Check out the full list in this month’s magazine. 

While you do that, check out ‘Patched Up’ below

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