July is a good month for Beth Ford. Just a year ago, we were celebrating the release of her debut single ‘If I Could Escape’, which achieved an amazing number 3 position in an iTunes chart. One year later, having shared the stage and recorded with internationally celebrated artists, Beth is releasing her debut EP ‘The Voyage’. Including a title track which Beth has co-written, the EP reveals Beth’s development as an artist through original music and well-chosen covers, as well as exploring more classical genres.
‘The Voyage’ also showcases Beth’s talent as an artist in the cover art that she produced for it. Click below to enjoy the title track, then click here to head to Amazon and order your copy. If you pre-order before release day (13 July) email firstname.lastname@example.org to get a special gift from Beth. Just put ‘The Voyage Bonus’ in the subject line of your email and it’ll be on the way to you.
‘At The Launderette’ is Benji Tranter and The Well Adjusted Individuals‘ new EP. Providing four tracks of fun that transform everyday mundanity into a collection of quirky delights, if you’ve got a fancy for the idiosyncratic, there’s something here for you.
Click here to read my review of the EP and to grab a free download from Benji. And you can also enjoy this video of Benji’s informal performance of ‘Your Heart Is Like Your Handbag’ – described by BBC Radio 6 Music’s Tom Robinson as Benji’s finest composition, there is something in it for everyone
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