Bethany Ferrie is a 22-year-old Scottish singer-songwriter. Her recent successes include being made Richer Unsigned artist of the week. She has played extensively live at venues and festivals across Scotland including King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, The Blue Arrow Jazz Club, The Ice Box Arts and Music Centre, Queen Margaret Drive Street Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She was a finalist in a competition to play the Queen Tut’s stage at TRNSMT in 2020, and was shortlisted for the BBC Radio Scotland Singer/Songwriter Award.
Following the success of her previous single, Stayed, Bethany returns with a new track called Under, released on the 10th of July 2020, it is about the heartbreak of being let down by people that you expect to be there for you.
“It’s always the hardest heartbreak when they’re the ones to let you down. Friendships, relationships, family relationships; they’re the things that can really make you or break you completely. I’ve never been the person that someone never wants to lose, and that sort of thing can eat away at you if you think about it too much. You end up questioning your own self-worth. It’s a headspace that you slip into but have to claw your way back out of.” – Bethany Ferrie