Bea Everett Music

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Original painting by Samuel Everett


Russian Doll explores the depths of Bea's mind, painting a picture of the world through her eyes. The 11 original tracks span 6 years of songwriting; it is a journal of her soul's pilgrimage from youth to adulthood and all the lessons learned inbetween. This album is full of poetry, imagery and raw emotion...sure to pull on the heartstrings.


"Remember the first time you heard Joni Mitchell, Katie Melua, Norah Jones?  After you’ve heard these songs you’ll also remember the first time you heard Bea Everett. I’ve known Bea as a singer/songwriter for a few years but this latest crop of songs, recorded supremely well, by the way, have a maturity and a supreme depth within. She sings only ever from her heart and her very soul. They could all become classics - they should all become classics.
- Mike Dixon 8/7/18 (

2018 - Release date TBC

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THE WOODS - EP   (2014)

The Woods is a 4 track EP with themes of fairytale and folk. Recorded in a living room above the Tunbridge Wells Pantiles, these tracks are at the heart of Bea's hometown roots, full of excitement and potential. The full EP is available to stream, download and buy from various sites such as:





The Lighthouse

The haunting, open echoes of "The Lighthouse" come from the stunning natural reverb inside the Akranes Lighthouse, West Iceland, where Bea recorded the song in 2015. She had written the song during a two week stay in the village of Akranes while travelling with no agenda around the country. It was one of those unplanned, spontaneous events that led to something beautiful being created.

"Simon Says" Live from The Roadee

To get straight to the song, skip to 2:09, otherwise enjoy this absolutely bizarre interview with Pete Bennet that took place in The Roadee, a mini studio in the back of a van, in Bea's local city of Brighton!