Musician Bec Sandridge recently visited the Live from Happy studios with her single The Jetty. It’s a dreamy new-wave synth tune about lost love reflecting upon a real-life story of falling off a jetty, it’s from her forthcoming EP ‘Lost Dog’ set for release on Friday, October 7th.
The single is all synth grit pop that makes you head nod and foot tap while featuring musician and producer Andy Bull. Maybe there’s a silver lining in the fact that Bec’s relationship was falling apart while she was in Japan.
The Jetty was Mixed and Recorded by Owen Penglis and Radi Safi.
This Live from Happy session was made possible by the generous support of ATEN who provide innovative solutions for making better connections. In this session Happy utilised the indispensable ATEN UH3237 USB-C Docking Station.
Giving us — and you — a very cool alternative version of the The Jetty, Bec came in with Dave Jenkin’s Jnr on Drum Machine and Synths, and Ben Corbett on the Happy piano while she plucked away at the song’s catchy melody on guitar.
Bec Sandridge is about to head off on a massive tour of the UK and Europe to play shows in London, Brighton, Glasgow and Amsterdam.
Here’s what Bec Sandridge had to say about The Jetty before taking to the stage:
“I wrote this song when I was in Japan with my ex and we fell off a jetty with our passports, phones, money and…everything.
So I hope you like it!”
Check out the performance below:
To find out more about Bec Sandridge head over to her Instagram page.
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