Birdy is back! Today, 3rd March 2023, Birdy releases her bold and striking new single, ‘Raincatchers’, out via Warner Music.
If you think you know Birdy, think again. The track – undoubtedly her most exciting and unforgettable to date – is the first release taken from her upcoming new album, Portraits, out on 14th July 2023.
‘Raincatchers’ is accompanied by a new music video which is available to watch below.
On ‘Raincatchers’, Birdy shifts from her customary stripped-back motifs and moves to an 80s influenced aesthetic laden with polished and gleaming alt-pop overtones.
In her most confident album yet, Portraits sees Birdy take a liberated leap into the unknown, her timeless songwriting style now infused with a fresh, exuberant rush of energy and inventive, off-kilter production flourishes. It’s the sound of a creative stepping into a new world and thrillingly, finding her true voice.
At the end of March, Birdy will embark on a European tour which includes what will be a standout date atLondon’s Eventim Apollo on Sunday 23rd April.
In 2023, Birdy is back with her new studio album ‘Portraits’ – a new chapter and confident change in direction for an artist who has achieved an unbelievable amount since releasing her debut album, Birdy.
At just 26 years old, Birdy has solidified herself as one of the UKs leading homegrown talents, her incredible achievements to date include 3 top 5 albums and countless Platinum and Gold discs, marking sales in excess of 8 million records globally.
Whether featuring on blockbuster soundtracks for the likes of Pixar, Netflix and Amazon, collaborating with leading artists across music genres or motivating a generation with a viral Tik Tok sound, Birdy is forever finding new ways to engage new audiences. On streaming services, Birdy’s committed fanbase have surpassed an incredible 5 billion streams, totalling at over 18 million followers across all services.
Birdy continues to be an unmissable draw in the live arena too, her rich, multi-layered stage productions have seen her sell out three consecutive nights at The Sydney Opera House, play to over 10,000 people over two nights at London’s Eventim Apollo, plus many more on global world tours.
She has also headlined many festivals across Europe and Asia, has proudly performed at Glastonbury Festival, while in the process earning both BRIT and Grammy nominations.