Premiere: Allow Bella LaBeaux to whisk you away with her new single, Don't Want

Premiere: Allow Bella LaBeaux to whisk you away with her new single, Don't Want

Australia is full of hidden gems and Bella LaBeaux just maybe yet another.

There is always something super cathartic about scouring across the mountains of new Australian music, especially when you come across an act you really need to champion. Still honing her craft through bedroom production, we're stoked to introduce Melbourne-based producer Bella LaBeaux and her new single Don’t Want. Having pricked our ears with her previous single, the hauntingly beautiful Into You, today she has backed it up with the down-tempo Don’t Want. With dreamy synths taking centre stage and the ethereal working of her vocal, Don’t Want takes a more intimate, subdued form of electro-pop. Speaking with Bella about where and who she draws her inspiration from for her music, she said “I have always dabbled in music throughout school and at a young age, I used to spend hours teaching myself songs on keyboard and singing in school productions. But it's only now that I've brought it all to life. And I can't forget all the amazing musicians such as Jessy Lanza, ABRA, Grimes and Empress Of that really sparked me to start making music!”

Through experimenting with sounds and equipment and still relatively fresh to production (with just over 12 months of experience), Don’t Want is definitely her strongest piece of material yet. On her new track Don’t Want and what it means, Bella said: “Don't Want is not anything sad or melancholic about love, it's really just a collection of thoughts, that you or I could think to ourselves.” 

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