Beatrice Eli grew up in a Stockholm suburb, spending her time either dancing or hiding
in her room writing songs. One day, she uploaded a few of the songs she’d written to MySpace. ”Just a couple of weeks later, a British A&R contacted me and wanted to arrange a meeting. So I got signed as an artist and a songwriter, “ says Beatrice Eli.
Beatrice was instantly paired up with different producers and in late 2012, her debut EP It’s Over was released to a huge critical acclaim. She met up with different labels, people were excited, and everyone was waiting for a full length album. But for Beatrice it wasn’t as easy as that. She was still searching for exactly what she wanted to do and what she wanted her music to sound like. Collaborations were formed, songs were written only to be thrown away.
What was missing was this: Mixing genres to the extent that the listener would not be able to put a label on what they just heard. What was missing, part 2: in order to become the sincere singer she wanted to be, Beatrice needed to let people know who she was. She released the song Girls, first single off the album and subjectively and probably objectively the best song of the year, with a beat that tore the walls down. The album „Die Another Day“ followed in October 2014.
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ID “Coming on strong like pop music’s answer to Nancy Downs from The Craft, Beatrice Eli has got it all and then some.”
The Guardian “Like Sia and her fellow countrywoman Tove Lo, Swedish newcomer Beatrice Eli isn’t afraid of making unapologetically frank and emotionally raw pop.”
Noisey “Girls” and “Moment of Clarity” were the only two songs going through my mind (they still are) taken from her grand slam debut album ,Die Another Day‘”
Missy Magazine “Gefeierte Newcomerin, fierce Femme, Rattenkönigin”