Today, beabadoobee — a Substream favorite who’s skyrocketed in 2020 with more than 900 million streams — has released another new single, “How Was Your Day?” The single is the fourth from her highly-anticipated debut album, Fake It Flowers, which is due out on October 16th via Dirty Hit.

’How Was Your Day?’ is a track that explores all the relationships I neglected when I was away from home” beabadoobee explains, “I wanted to emphasize the rawness of the lyrics with the song sonically which is why I recorded it on a four-track with all the little mistakes and vocal wobbles included. I wanted the music video to feel nostalgic to me, to include all the people I cared about, it took me back to the time I first started making music.”

The single is honest and emotional, with a glimpse into the softer side of beabadoobee and her influences. The song was recorded on a four-track cassette recorder in her boyfriend’s garden, due to her studio being closed at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. “How Was Your Day?” is accompanied by a nostalgic-tinged music video, which features Bea and her loved ones together over the past few months.

The rising star will be releasing their debut album, Fake It Flowers, on October 16th via Dirty Hit, and features the previously released singles, “Worth It,” “Sorry” and “Care.” Pre-orders for the record can be found here.

beabadoobee has also announced the Fake It Flowers headline tour for Fall 2021 with 14 dates across the UK and Ireland, including a hometown show at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town. Presale tickets go on sale Wednesday, September 9, 2020; general on-sale begins Friday, September 11, 2020.

beabadoobee 2021 UK & IE Tour Dates

September 07- Manchester – O2 Ritz

September 09 – Leeds – Beckett University

September 10 – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms

September 11 – Birmingham – O2 Institute

September 13 – Cambridge – Junction

September 14 – Leicester – O2 Academy

September 23 – London – O2 Forum Kentish Town

September 24 – Bristol – Swx

September 25 – Oxford – O2 Academy

September 28 – Dublin – The Academy

September 29 – Belfast – Oh Yeah Music Centre

October 02 – Newcastle – University Students Union

October 03 – Edinburgh – The Liquid Room

October 04 – Glasgow – Swg3




  1. Care
  2. Worth It
  3. Dye It Red
  4. Back To Mars
  5. Charlie Brown
  6. Emo Song
  7. Sorry
  8. Further Away
  9. Horen Sarrison
  10. How Was Your Day?
  11. Together
  12. Yoshimi, Forest, Magdalene