Beabadoobee drops nostalgic single ‘Coming Home’ ahead of new album release

British indie sensation Beabadoobee announces North American tour dates alongside her new single, 'Coming Home'.


British indie icon Beabadoobee has announced the release of her latest single ‘Coming Home’, the second track from her upcoming third album This Is How Tomorrow Moves, set to be released on Friday, 16th August via Dirty Hit. Pre-order and save here.

Beabadoobee, born Beatrice Laus, describes ‘Coming Home’ as a “cute little love song with a weird non-existent structure,” inspired by her time away from loved ones. “I wrote it in a hotel room in LA when I was away from my boyfriend, my loved ones, my two cats. It opens with all the little mundane things like doing the dishes, that I miss because I’m always away.”

The new album, produced by Rick Rubin and long-term collaborator Jacob Bugden, promises to showcase Laus’s growth as a songwriter. The Guardian praised the album, saying, “This Is How Tomorrow Moves features some of Laus’s richest, most direct songwriting yet, and the kind of punchy, detailed production that could take her from internet celebrity to household name.”

To promote the album, Beabadoobee will embark on a North American tour in September, starting at The Met in Philadelphia on 8th September and concluding at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on 28th September. The tour will include support from one of her favourite bands, Hovvdy. Tickets go on sale Thursday, 6th June at 10am local time.

Earlier this year, Beabadoobee debuted the album’s lead single ‘Take A Bite’ live at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend. She will also be performing at London’s All Points East festival and headlining the Radio 1 stage at Reading and Leeds festivals this August.


This Is How Tomorrow Moves tracklist includes:

  1. Take A Bite
  2. California
  3. One Time
  4. Real Man
  5. Tie My Shoes
  6. Girl Song
  7. Coming Home
  8. Ever Seen
  9. A Cruel Affair
  10. Post
  11. Beaches
  12. Everything I Want
  13. The Man Who Left Too Soon
  14. This Is How It Went

Beabadoobee’s new album is a testament to her artistic evolution and resilience. “I think I’m more aware of my actions in these songs,” Bea adds. “In my previous records, I would consistently sing about my reaction towards other people’s doings, like a blame game. But in this record, it’s accepting that there’s an inevitability of my fault in there too.”

Tour Dates

  • Sunday 18th August – All Points East – London, UK
  • Friday 23rd August – Leeds Festival – Leeds, UK
  • Sunday 25th August – Reading Festival – Reading, UK
  • Sunday 8th September – The Met Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA
  • Monday 9th September – The Anthem – Washington, DC
  • Wednesday 11th September – SummerStage in Central Park – New York, NY
  • Friday 13th September – MGM Music Hall at Fenway – Boston, MA
  • Sunday 15th September – Coca-Cola Coliseum – Toronto, ON
  • Tuesday 17th September – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL
  • Wednesday 18th September – Saint Louis Music Park – Maryland Heights, MO
  • Friday 20th September – Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, CO
  • Saturday 21st September – The Union – Salt Lake City, UT
  • Tuesday 24th September – Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery – Woodinville, WA
  • Thursday 26th September – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA
  • Saturday 28th September – Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

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