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 Rebekah Fitch is a new Irish alternative-pop artist, combining her love of melody with thought-provoking poetry; powerful vocals with vulnerability; and trailblazing production with captivating visuals. The power of music is in its ability to carry a message, and this is exactly what Rebekah does. 

 

With influences ranging from Lorde and Daughter, to Kanye West and Childish Gambino, she was hotly tipped in both Hot Press and The Thin Air’s 2019 Watch Lists, even before she sold out Belfast's The MAC Theatre with a self-promoted 350-seat headline show.

 

Drawing from her fascination with experimental electronica, she produces unique sonic worlds around her fresh, memorable melodies. 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 already amassed 140,000 Spotify streams, has performed in the SSE Arena (and for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge), and was one of five nominees for Best Emerging Act in the NI Music Prize. 

 

She has toured the UK and Ireland, performed live sessions for Sky One, BBC Two and UTV, and gained early commercial success with Today FM and RTE 2FM’s Track of the Week, FM104’s Select Irish Artist, and playlisting on Cool FM, U105 and BBC Radio Ulster. Her songs have made No. 6 in Chordblossom’s Top NI Releases 2017-18-19, and No. 75 in The Thin Air's Top Irish Releases of 2019. She has been critically acclaimed by the likes of Clash Magazine, Nialler9, The Daily Mirror, Hot Press and more.

 

Her recent single, Dust, is a heart-wrenching piece about loss and resilience, and has already been playlisted on BBC Radio and RTE1. Follow up single, Game Over (RTE2 FM Track of the Week), was ingeniously released alongside its own video game, which has been praised by fans and press alike. 

“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 Magazine

 

“Artful pop with a real sense of depth” 

- Clash Magazine

HOT PRESS MAGAZINE’S “HOT FOR 2019”


THE THIN AIR’S “19 FOR 19”

HELP MUSICIANS DO IT DIFFERENTLY AWARDEE 2020


LYNSEY DE PAUL PRIZE WINNER 2018

(PRS Foundation)


NI MUSIC PRIZE OH YEAH CONTENDER AWARD NOMINEE 2018 

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