Beabadoobee’s latest song release '10:36' is a grungy ode to late-night cuddles

Filipino British singer-songwriter Beabadoobee released "10:36," the fourth single for her upcoming album “Beatopia,” on Wednesday.

The song marks a departure from the glittery and polished pop-rock vibes of her 2020 debut, “Fake it Flowers,” opting for a more rustic and stripped-down sound employing a fuzzy orchestration of drums and acoustics. Yet, her soft and delicate vocals provide the comforting sense of warmth that fans have come to expect from a Beabadoobee track.

In a press release, Beabadoobee revealed that the song’s title is a reference to the time it was when she had finished writing it, and that the lyrics are based on her “weird dependency on human contact to sleep.”

Beabadoobee’s sophomore album is slated to release on July 15, 2022.

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