Blessed with a voice that possesses both the husky sweetness of Stevie Nicks and earthy tones of Nina Simone, and hooky rhythmic guitar which fuses folk and Americana with 90s grunge, Beatie Wolfe is an Anglo-American London singer songwriter described as the definition of a 21st century artist with a truly classic sound.
With echoes of Leonard Cohen throughout her songwriting, celebrated for its poetic appeal, and described by GQ as “beautiful melodies which delicately detail the poetry and tragedy of relationships“ - Wolfe writes and performs brooding, authentic songs best categorised by Monocle as “chamber pop” with bassist Yaron Stavi (of David Gilmour, Nigel Kennedy) and drummer Adam Hayes.
Wolfe’s latest album Montagu Square was conceived at the former home and secret studio of Hendrix, Ringo, McCartney, Lennon & Yoko Ono - and the album’s live single was recorded in the room where McCartney wrote ‘Eleanor Rigby’ and Hendrix penned ‘The Wind Cries Mary.’
Critics have described Montagu Square as "brilliant" by GQ, “gorgeous" by The Independent, "ingenious" by Huffington Post, "beautiful" by Monocle, "dizzying" by MOJO & "captivating" by WIRED
To hear Beatie’s music and discover more please visit: www.beatiewolfe.com