Bewitching alternative singer-songwriter FREYA BEER returns with her first new music of 2021: Siren – out 26th February via Sisterhood Records. The track is cut from her highly anticipated debut album, scheduled for release later in 2021.
Originating from West London but currently residing on the south coast, Freya Beer deftly mixes poetic lyrics inspired by Charles Bukowski or Anne Sexton, with a distinctive gothic noir of Nick Cave, Johnny Cash, and David Lynch.
The latest addition to her canon, Siren, is a fine case in point. An intoxicating brew of lyrical incantations and artful mystique, paired with arrangements of a piercing intensity.
Although initially written and recorded in Manchester back in 2019, Siren has been given a fresh look for 2021 with the track re-recorded, mixed and mastered with Pete Hobbs (from The Boy Least Likely To), with whom Freya also recorded worked with on previous single Arms Open Wide. Laying her commanding vocals and ensnaring guitar hooks down at home, live drummer Owain Hanford added the percussion from his base in Hereford.
To coincide with the album release, Freya has a major UK tour planned for May this year. Shows include venues in London, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, and Glasgow. She will perform at Headrow House in Leeds on 25th May 2021.