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Keep optimistic with Pete Beat’s new single ‘Drinking Lager’

Pete Beat is back with another vibrant single ready to lift our spirits this new year. The extensive experience of Pete has led to another musical venture, a highly anticipated new album ‘Before The War’. Pete is no rookie to the music scene, with two albums under his belt and a sea of singles and EP’s flooding our Spotify feeds, Pete has carved a space for himself in the electronic landscape perfectly suited to his sensational musical persona. This space has not gone unnoticed, with BBC 6 and BBC Newcastle playing his enticing tracks and Tom Robinson praising his genre-fusing approach. Uniting elements of electronica, pop, jazz and house, Pete effortlessly fuses these genres foundations to form an enticing evolution of these traditions before him. His upcoming album ‘Before The War’ is no different, with each track swimming with sonic surprises.

‘Drinking Lager’ is the first track to be released from the musical goldmine ‘Before The War’.

At it’s core, this track is the summer of lockdown anthem, as Pete Beat curates a narrative around those long, sunny days of lockdown back in July. ‘Drinking Lager’ might just be the optimistic anthem we have been hoping for. Standing front and centre is Pete Beat’s vocals themselves; with a uniquely comforting warmth at the centre of his vocal tone, Pete Beat’s vocals radiate a positivity often missing in recent music. Hypnotic synths sculpt a soft foundation for these vocals to sail over as the dynamic drum line propels this track forward. Pete Beat has, once again, penned a chorus so catchy you’ll find yourself almost reminiscing over those summer days with nothing to do. with it’s release on the 29th of January, Pete Beat is set to colour our grey days with the infectiously positive performance of his recent single.


Listen to PETE BEAT ON SPOTIFY NOW - ‘Drinking Lager’ is OUT ON 22nd JANUARY

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