Bec Sandridge - 'In The Fog'

Sometimes you hear the voice of a singer and it stands out as something new, or one that reminds you of times past. Bec Sandridge is that voice. Her fourth EP In The Fog is a striking example of an artist who is not afraid to be herself, and in doing so brings a hidden strength to her unique vocal.

Leading with In The Fog, In The Flame – probably her most poppy and well-known release – she exhibits her enviable vocal range and this also translates to her choice of songs on this EP. You’re a F *****g Joke takes a U-turn with seemingly Eastern influence fused with ’80s disco pop. I Drove All Night is transformed from a pop classic into a slow burner – a sparse track revealing the mesmeric beauty of her voice.

I Keep Running Back rounds out these five tracks and reflects Sandridge’s roots; wispy vocals over dreamy guitar, harking back to 2011’s What Was Left and 2012’s Lyons & Bees. It escalates gorgeously just as Sandridge’s musical career deserves to as she heads towards a debut album.

3.5/5

Bec Sandridge – In The Fog EP

Released: 25 November 2016, Framer & The Owl/Inertia