BIO 

“Great songs and a powerhouse voice. Easy to see great things ahead for her.”

- Gary Lightbody, Snow Patrol

"Rebekah Fitch has become something of a Northern Irish pop phenomenon"

- Hot Press

 

“Artful pop with a real sense of depth”

- Clash Magazine


 

 

Rebekah Fitch is an artist who combines her love of melody with thought-provoking poetry; powerful vocals with transparency and vulnerability; and an inquisitive nature with enigmatic visuals. The power of music is in its ability to carry a message, and this is exactly what Rebekah does. In a rapidly transforming world, she challenges listeners to stop and think for themselves, finding where they stand before being swept away in the chaos.

She demands attention,  blending unique sonic worlds with memorable melodies, always drawing from her fascination with experimental electronica. Her music both comforts and questions the listener, with layers of meaning that are only limited by how deep you are willing to look.

Having received her BA in Music (First Class Honours specialising in electronic composition) from Durham University, she has a well-developed musicality, ranging from pop and alternative songwriting, to electronic soundscapes, various world music traditions and more. Always one to seek out a unique approach, Rebekah plays to her own strengths as a composer, often creating her own vocal or flute samples, marrying the worlds of pop and experimentalism. 

As an artist, Rebekah has released 13 singles and two critically-acclaimed EPs, producing or co-producing every track - many of which have been playlisted on national radio (BBC, RTE, Cool FM, Today FM, FM104,) . Her music has garnered over 160,000 streams on Spotify alone, while her library music with EMI PM has achieved sync on BBC One. 

 

Her dynamic multi-instrumental live shows, complete with mesmerising live-looping, flute, and impressive vocal ability, have attracted serious attention and are now in constant demand. She has embarked on headline tours of the UK and Ireland, performed live sessions for Sky One, BBC Two and UTV, played in arenas, and even performed for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. 

As Musical Director of her 20-piece college jazz band, she has much experience in arranging for live performances, as well as arranging string quartet parts for live performances of her own music. She has been commissioned to write original songs by organisations such as Phoenix Rising and Cancer Fund for Children, and has been lucky enough to undergo work experience with award-winning composers, Michael Price and Stephen Warbeck.

AWARDS

HOT PRESS MAGAZINE’S “HOT FOR 2019”
THE THIN AIR’S “19 FOR 19”
LYNSEY DE PAUL PRIZE WINNER 2018 (PRS Foundation)
NI MUSIC PRIZE OH YEAH CONTENDER AWARD NOMINEE 2018

NO.6 IN CHORDBLOSSOM’S TOP NI SONGS OF 2017 and 2018

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