Singer returns with a typically caustic bite of indie sarcasm.
Annabel Allum is by no definitions your typical indie artist. Driven by an outwardly cool and caustic sarcasm, the artist has earned her place as one of the scene’s key voices – particularly following the success of her debut EP last year.
Unsurprisingly, the new year hasn’t mellowed the artist and new single Beat The Birds follows her classic indie-alternative style. By turns invigoratingly caustic and charmingly lackadaisical, Annabel’s first release since the EP is further evidence of her ability to marry folk-style storytelling with snarling fuzzy indie.
“I wrote Beat the Birds during a heightened temerarious period of my life.” Allum says, “Riding on moments and not consequences, feeling and not thinking. The story of youthful, reckless abandon, morning after morning after morning.”