It’s time for UK R&B to shine. This country’s soulful artistry has been making waves for some time, with a fresh generation of vocalists adding their own twist to that R&B lineage. Bea Anderson is part of this, a singular voice whose commitment to communication makes each song worth exploring.
Take new single ‘Pieces’. Lyrically it’s as open and vulnerable as she’s ever been, with Bea discussing the push and pull of a relationship. It’s a song about opposites, about the need for commitment against a desire to protect her independence.
Expertly pieced together, Bea’s fastidious nature ensures that each note lands. Produced alongside Jarom S’ua, the incoming video – directed by Amanda Marie-Rose – promises to be something special.
For now, we’ve got this cinematic slice of R&B, driven forwards by Bea Anderson’s emphatic sense of presence. She comments…
“’Pieces’ is probably my most vulnerable body of writing as it regards my realisation of choosing true love over the attraction to a man’s ego. I wrote one of the strongest lyrics I think I’ll ever write in this song – ‘call me crazy, butterflies save me – from myself, but from his ego mainly…'”
Tune in now.