Bridget a’Beckett review – Drum magazine Sydney

Hey Popsters,

Bridget a’Beckett has just returned from an awesome mini tour of

The Bridget a’Beckett EP

The silky voice of this girl from Tumbarumba is as lush as her single’s
production. Her songwriting has a certainty and sophistication that
belies her bacdkground: there’s no country in this articulate selection
of classic piano based singer/songrwriter indie pop. A’Beckett is a
natural storyteller and she delivers those stories with an ease and
delicacy without ever slipping into the colloquial style of Missy
Higgins or the saccharine of Delta Goodrum, both of whom to which she
has been compared (although she shares a producer with the latter.)
Three’s a subtle earthiness that grounds it all and makes this EP a
real treat to the ears.

by Michael Smith

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