Gig Seeker Pro


Southampton, England, United Kingdom | SELF

Southampton, England, United Kingdom | SELF
Band Rock Soul


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos


The best kept secret in music


"Review from 'the Mag' - June 2010"

"First on stage were Beatitudes, an indie-folk band with plenty of sparkle. Their well-formed song-writing skills backed their well polished performance and their set was elevated by plenty of vocal harmonies." - The Mag

"New Artist Alert: Beatitudes"

With just one track online currently, I'm hoping this is the sign of things to come from the young band 'Beatitudes'. It's a cheeky yet infectious acoustic guitar intro supplemented nicely by the cool vocals; I like the melodies explored here and there's hints of Paolo Nutini and James Morrison. I was expecting a few snare stabs before the full band came in so I'm definitely looking forward to hearing more tracks because this must just be an acoustic song. It's nothing short of great though; really nice chord progressions matched with strong vocals do enough to set the song apart from every other singer/songwriter act; this sounds fresh and professional, definitely sure of itself and confident which is why it stands out.
Beatitudes hail from Southampton and describe themselves as "A fusion of Soul, Dance, R'n'B, Rock and all that Jazz...Music for people that LOVE music" and have a few shows lined up for the future: - Posted by Samborakid at

"Beatitudes LIVE"

The band came onto the stage, looking pretty smart with suits on and some rather gorgeous Fender Telecasters in hand. I was unsure what to expect, their look and set up (two guitars, one bass, drums and four – yes four – microphones) didn’t really give much of a clue about the band and their sound. Thankfully, they let their songs do the talking. - James Miller, The Edge


Switchback to Simplicity debut E.P

Including tracks Warding me away, Come around, Piece of mind, Danielle and See it in the clouds. All available to listen on; and



Formed in late March of 2010, by the coalition of two Southern local bands (The Saracens and The White Caps). Mainly by the blood relation of the two front men, Liam and Jack, who share chemistry like no other double lead vocal act around, in harmony and in song writing. Also combined with input and enhancement of the back three; Scott, Taz and Chris.