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Beth Gibbons – Lost Changes

Beth Gibbons – Lost Changes

Beth Gibbons has unveiled “Lost Changes,” the poignant final single from her long-anticipated solo debut, Lives Outgrown. Produced by James Ford, this track encapsulates a decade of creative evolution, intertwining Gibbons’ haunting vocals with Ford’s impeccable production. The song’s melancholic beauty is accentuated by a music video directed by photographer Juno Calypso, marking her directorial debut. The visual narrative adds a layer of introspection, enhancing the song’s emotional depth.

Lives Outgrown, arriving May 17, marks Gibbons’ return to the music scene 16 years after Portishead’s Third. During this interim, she explored diverse collaborations, including Kendrick Lamar’s “Mother I Sober,” a duet with JJ Doom, a metal rendition of a Black Sabbath classic, and composing “Prospera’s Coda” for a film adaptation of The Tempest.

“Lost Changes” is a testament to Gibbons’ enduring artistry, blending raw emotion with sophisticated soundscapes. The track’s introspective lyrics and ethereal melody create a powerful listening experience, setting the stage for what promises to be a monumental album.

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