Is Beabadoobee bringing back the pop-rock guitar solo?

This afternoon my Cheap Trick indoor alarm system was breached at minute 1:41 of “10:36”. It’s fleeting, but unmistakably, a guitar solo, played by the song’s co-writer, Jacob Bugden. He also plays solo on his latest single, the excellent “Talk,” but you have to force it to barely hear it coming out of the distortion.

Rising pop-rock singer Beatrice Laus, who plays the role of beabadoobeereleased singles for their upcoming album, beatopia (released July 15) over the past few months between opening high-profile live slots for Halsey, attending massive festivals including the Governor’s Ball and Newport Folk Festival, and opening for Bleachers on the east coast of their tour.

Laus said that “10:36” refers to the time she finished writing the song. “It’s basically about how I have this weird addiction to human contact for sleep,” she said in a statement.

The “10:36” riff came to him years earlier, between the release of his debut, pretend flowersand before Our extended game. During the COVID-19 lockdowns, the riff turned into a demo, which eventually became “10:36”.

In October, Beabadoobee will headline their own UK tour, culminating in a huge show at Brixton Academy in London.

beabadoobee Beatopia track list:

Beatopia Cultsong
Sunny day
See you soon
the perfect pair
broken cd
Love song
Pictures of us
fairy song
Don’t do the trick
tinkerbell is overrated (feat. PinkPantheress)
You are there that’s the thing

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