The 22-year-old singer, songwriter and producer Birthh made a striking first impression with her debut track ‘Chlorine’. An emotionally charged cocktail of ethereal beauty and unrestrained anger, the track set Birthh on the path to over 600,000 streams. Another early track, ‘Queen of Failureland’, was highlighted by The 405, who described it as, “a spellbinding auditory fantasy and nightmare.” She subsequently played shows and festivals alongside the likes of PJ Harvey, Mac De Marco, Andrew Bird, Benjamin Clementine, Nick Murphy and, most recently, Imagine Dragons.
Having recently played two sets at Primavera Sound in Barcelona, Birthh returns with the video to her brand new single ‘Supermarkets’. It’s a playful, pop-leaning track that marries folk-tinged songwriting, laidback jazz grooves and an undercurrent of glitchy electronica. Birthhdemoed the song in her makeshift bedroom studio before completing it with Solange collaborator Lucius Page, Grammy-winning Robert ‘LB’ Dorsey and Grammy-winning Emily Lazar (David Bowie, The Killers, Goldfrapp).
“If you like Bjork and Nick Cave, try Birthh” – Sunday Times Culture
“a coy, pop-leaning return, with her folk-indebted songwriting swept through with laid back jazz elements” – Clash