Listen: Beth Rowley Shares New Fleetwood Mac Inspired Track ‘Brave Face’


Beth Rowley released her first album Little Dreamer back in 2008. Following that record’s positive acclaim, the singer has been making waves within the UK music scene ever since. Her lush Fleetwood Mac inspired track ‘Brave Face’ is available below…

The Peruvian-born and Bristol-based singer has resurfaced with a new record, ‘Gota Fria’ (Cold Drop). Beth recently played Whelan’s in Dublin. The singer says her music is inspired by an atmospheric mix of gospel, soul, pop and jazz.

On the back of her gig Upstairs at Whelan’s, she’s shared a new track ‘Brave Face.’ Speaking in an interview with BBC’s Shaun Keaveny, Rowley cited Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks as an influence for the track. Check out the gorgeous song below…


Rowley has collaborated with other artists and bands, including Crowded House on their Time on Earth album providing backing vocals for the song ‘Transit Lounge’ and Duke Special, who joined her for a duet on her début record, Little Dreamer.

Image Beth Rowley: Gota Fría: Universal Records: Blue Thumb Records

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