Beckie Margaret needed time alone.

An artist who pushes herself to the limit, she knew that if she was to meet her goals, then she required time to focus.

Finding a studio in Southend, Beckie removed herself from the world, turning inwards, focussing relentlessly on her goals, and her ambitions.

Recently finishing work on her debut album after a 12 month journey, Beckie Margaret is ready to step back into the light.

She explains: "I took some time to hide away and go on a music pilgrimage, making my album and working out what being a young woman and artist meant. Being in isolation reflects a lot of what my artistry is and all I really want to do is help people with my music, if I can, especially in times like these".

A voice emerging from isolation, 'God' is her return, a note of mystic pop that deals with matter of the heart.

Superbly sketched, 'God' is Beckie at her most precocious, acting with resolute confidence throughout. She explains:

“I wanted to release something during this uncertain time that outlined the foundations of a dysfunctional love, one that lingers in the deprivation of what could’ve been. Complete and utter inner chaos whilst realising your own reality.”

Tune in now.


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