8 August 2022

From Liverpool to Leith live show August 2022

Join us for live music, spoken word & stories in Leith this month at Dreadnought. 

Thursday 11th, 18th and 25th of August from 6.30-8pm SheBeat and friends are performing original music and spoken word for audiences. 

Brawsome Productions presents a #NotTheFringe live event for local musicians and artists in Leith, free entry.

August 11 Hailey Beavis + hjarta + SheBeat 

August 18 Macon Heights + Sleekit + SheBeat 

August 25 Louis Rive + Sons of the Descent + SheBeat 

27 June 2022

Rock n Roll Witch / SheBeat new single


Rock n Roll Witch is the latest single from SheBeat working with Scottish Indie producer Ian White (The Wendys/ Sons of the Descent).

Inspired by a jingle SheBeat created for the radio show of the same name hosted by magical music journalist Zöe Howe, Rock n Roll Witch is all about embracing music as magic, dancing around the kitchen while you make your potions. 

SheBeat Jodie, a Liverbird living in Leith says: "This is witch pop at its finest. I am delighted to present a magical summer song, released in the week of the solstice and on my birthday, I hope you enjoy it's celestial vibes." 

Zöe Howe is also the cover star for the single artwork. The photo of Zöe is a Michael White original given a colourful pop culture makeover.

Zöe, who presents a regular radio show on Soho Radio called Rock & Roll Witch, said: "It's such an honour. Everyone needs to check out SheBeat's fabulous new song, and so mote it be!"

The song production has psych pop influences. Ian said: "We needed something special for such a magical track. The solstice definitely added a mystical element to production."

Released first on artist-friendly streaming site Bandcamp, the track will be on all platforms from July 7. 

Rock n Roll Witch by SheBeat

SheBeat is a singer-songwriter from Liverpool living in Leith, Scotland. Storytelling alternative indie folk pop, with art pop and dream pop thrown in for good measure. Gentle vocals and acoustic melodies sit perfectly with indie producer Ian White. Influences from pop to psych, indie to americana, folk to country and easy listening. Fans say SheBeat sounds unique with flavours of Mazzy Star, Camera Obscura, PJ Harvey and Norah Jones.

AS HEARD ON playlists by BBC Intro, Badly Drawn Boy, Robert Carlyle, Creative Scotland, SAMAs, Scots Whay Hae! & more.

"So catchy" Henry Liston BBC Upload

"Sassy from the off - we're big fans" BBC Introducing

"Making some of my favourite music to listen to" Scots Whay Hae! Ali Braidwood

"Moody, 60s, Nancy Sinatra style, really cool" Zoe Howe, Harbour Bazaar Ship Full of Bombs

"Feel good and uplifting tracks" The Guide, Liverpool

"Gentle, uplifting and insanely catchy" Ryan's Gig Guide (featured artist/ cover December 2019)

"Gentle set of clever, funny tunes... Lovely." Getintothis (Liverpool Soundcity 2019)

"This is good, and I like it" Alan McGee (Talgarth, Tabernacle 2014)

"Great songs" Billy Butler, BBC Radio Merseyside

"The vocals are adorable, they float softly alongside the acoustic guitar and have the magical power to make you smile... listen to SheBeat to wind down" SLAP Mag

"SheBeat has authentic charm which makes her music stand out about the flood of acoustic singer songwriters out there today." My Random Jukebox

4 May 2022

SheBeat at WOWFest Liverpool 12.05.22


Next week I'm doing a gig in real life in my hometown of Liverpool. 

It's exciting for the following reasons:

Firstly, this is my first gig in Liverpool since the end of 2019 when I was in town to launch my Catch Your Breath EP, so I'm really looking forward to some time with family.

And secondly I'm delighted to be invited as a special guest of author and fabulous human being Zoe Howe for her event at the literary festival Writing on the Wall. 

Zoe is promoting her new book Witchful Thinking and thanks to our Twitter sisterhood over the last couple of years, she kindly invited me along to supply some live SheBeat sounds for her event at Smithdown Social:

8 April 2022

SheBeat x Musosoup 2022

As an independent artist I have seen first hand how difficult it can be to get promotional support for new music, so I'm taking matters into my own hands - and content making skills - and creating a menu for the accessible affordable PR platform Musosoup. The platform was recommended to me by a friend who is a music plugger who said she had heard good things about it vs other submit platforms.... say no more! 

You may know I currently have a weekly radio show featuring music from the Scottish Music Scene - this radio show is also a playlist on Spotify, and I often promote the show on all my social accounts (Twitter, Instagram and Facebook) which regularly reach thousands of interested folks thanks to like-minded music loving people on the socials.

I also have a #nowplaying playlist & Facebook Group, and a SheBeat Meets Music Community Facebook group that I'll be using to promote music I think deserves a wider audience. 

The Musosoup platform may not be perfect but as upload and wait for coverage sites go, it's been the best on offer I've found and I am truly hoping I will add something positive to the platform - all the while discovering ace new music makers.

Submissions here please: https://app.musosoup.com/submit/shebeat