beccs is a Brooklyn based musician from Boston. She grew up playing classical cello but at the age of 16 she migrated to songwriting at the piano. With an evolving alternative, soul style, beccs’ sound is in the realm of Fiona Apple meets Tori Amos meets Joni Mitchell. Her music delves into the dark and intimate with a voice that is just as vulnerable as it is dramatic. Normalizing deeply personal pains and desires, beccs’ songwriting lures her listeners into a dynamic shared experience of self-exploration and celebration.
beccs' voice has graced venues in Madrid, Boston and throughout New York City, including New York Times Critics’ Pick The Mysteries at The Flea Theater. After a successful Indiegogo campaign, beccs is gearing up to release her debut EP Unfound Beauty, recorded by acclaimed producer Richard Barone and Grammy nominated audio engineer Steve Addabbo. The title track of beccs’ debut EP Unfound Beauty (co-written with Spanish bassist Hernan Olalla) was heard at Cannes Film Festival May 2015, featured in the short film Yellow Heart (dir. Sophia Harvey). Her debut single, Scared of Me, won 1st runner-up in the national Campus Movie Fest Elfenworks Social Justice Songwriting Competition: the song credits those women who are oft-dismissed as hot messes but are actually inherent soldiers.