Irish alt-pop songwriter Rebekah Fitch takes influence from poetry and experimental electronica. New single ‘Game Over’ leans into the electronic side, with a despondency that perfectly captures the feeling of having the rug pulled from under you that accompanies your early twenties.
She tells us, “You’ve lost your youthful ignorance. You’re facing the realisation that nothing in life is working out as you imagined it would, and you can’t fight the overwhelming sense that you’re falling behind, doing everything wrong.
Somewhere within you that childlike hope and magic and lust for life is fighting to survive, despite the weight of responsibility and endless cycle of bad news about the state of the world.”
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Rebekah’s live shows are multi-instrumental, utilising live loops of vocals, a flute and other instruments to create a wall of sound. This engaging performance style has been seen on Sky One, BBC Two and at sold-out venues such as London’s Koko.
Rebekah was included in Hot Press and The Thin Air’s 2019 Watch Lists, along with being nominated for Best Emerging Act in the Northern Irish Music Prize.