Arthur Beatrice

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Arthur Beatrice
Arthur Beatrice performing at The Chapel San Francisco (2014).jpg
Arthur Beatrice performing at The Chapel San Francisco, 6 March 2014
Background information
Genres indie rock
Years active 2010 (2010)–present
  • Orlando Leopard
  • Ella Girardot
  • Elliot Barnes
  • Hamish Barnes

Arthur Beatrice are an English indie rock band, formed in 2010. Its members are Orlando Leopard (lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, organ), Ella Girardot (lead vocals, keyboards, organ) and brothers Elliot (drums, backing vocals) and Hamish Barnes (bass, backing vocals).[1] They were The Guardian 'New Band of the Day - No. 1132 on Friday 21 October 2011.[1]

Arthur Beatrice deliberately avoided music press attention early in its career.[2] The group launched its first single through word of mouth and social media (for example third party blogging) rather than through more public strategies.[3]

Musical style

Several critics have compared them to The xx, The Sundays and The Turtles,[4] however their style is difficult to define.[1]



  • 2014: Working Out
  • 2016: Keeping The Peace


  • 2013: Carter


  • 2012: "Midland"[5]
  • 2014: "More Scrapes" (Peak in FRANCE: #105)
  • 2015: "Who Returned"
  • 2016: "Real Life"


  1. ^ a b c Paul Lester (2011-10-21). "New band of the day – No 1,132: Arthur Beatrice | Music |". London: Guardian. Retrieved 2012-05-18.
  2. ^ Radar Tip of the Day 100: Arthur Beatrice. NME, November 29, 2011. (Mirror at the Wayback Machine)
  3. ^ Renshaw, David (2012-04-26). "Arthur Beatrice / Live Reviews / Music News from THE FLY - The UK's Most Popular Music Magazine". The Fly. Retrieved 2012-05-18.
  4. ^ Carroll, Jim (2012-03-01). "On The Record » New Music – Dark Times, Arthur Beatrice, Sleeper Agent". Retrieved 2012-05-18.
  5. ^ "Arthur Beatrice Release Debut Single "Midland" This Spring | Altsounds.Com News". 2012-03-03. Retrieved 2012-05-18.

External links

  • Arthur Beatrice in session on the Rob da Bank show

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