Single Review: Beauty – ‘Grown Up’

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  • Single Review: Beauty - 'Grown Up'
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New electro-pop artist Beauty (aka Mark Thompson) prides himself on his many talents; an accomplished singer-songwriter and dancer, he is going to be releasing his brand new single later this month.

‘Grown Up’ is a sparkling, uplifting pop anthem. Oozing vibrant electro melodies, glitchy beats and Thompson’s distinctive, heartfelt vocals, it harks back to a carefree youth when the worries of adult life were confined to the distant future. Exuding a poptastic joy, ‘Grown Up’ is an uptempo, yet endearingly emotive, offering that is sure to propel Beauty into the mainstream before too long.

Influenced by the likes of Robyn, Sia and Sam Smith, Beauty is a future pop star whose unique sound is bound to charm the ears of listeners of all tastes.

‘Grown Up’, the upcoming single from Beauty, is out 16 September via BeautysMusic.

Listen to ‘Grown Up’ here:

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