The singer and songwriter Beth, who participated at the Eurovision Song Contest 2003 with the song “Dime” is back with a new single! After seven years of silence, the artist from Súria has returned to the music scene and presents her new song “Que Tremolin Els Arbres” (Let The Trees Tremble). Beth tells us about the future, positivity and hope in a pop/folk sound, but with a more electronic sound that Beth has never explored before.
‘Que Tremolin Els Arbres’ is written by Suriana along with David Ros, and the production has been carried out by Albert Solà. All three have put their voices, backing vocals, guitars and keyboards into this theme. In the music video, Beth, accompanied by the dance troupe by Blanca Tolsá, runs and dances among the trees that let the light pass. She has designed the costumes they use throughout the video all by herself.
Que Tremolin Els Arbres” is the first single of her new album, which will include songs sung in her native language, Catalan, but also in English and Spanish. Eager to return to her roots and the time she lived in the United Kingdom, as well as all her later experiences, Beth has retrieved the letters she had written many years ago and kept in a drawer, mixed them with a different sound and light, and now is the time to get to know them.
After finishing third in Operación Triunfo, Beth was chosen to represent Spain at Eurovision 2003 in Riga, Latvia, with the song “Dime” (Tell Me), where she finished in 8th place with 81 points. Later that year, she went on to release her debut album, “Otra Realidad”, which became an instant hit in Spain, peaking at number one and selling over 200,000 copies. She released a further four albums before taking a break from the music scene in 2013.
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