Offering the vocal talents of Beate S. Lech, Norwegian group Beady Belle make jazz, acidity jazz, and downbeat-influenced digital pop. Created in Oslo in 1999 by previous university music college students Lech and bassist/programmer Marius Reksjø, the music group also contains drummer Erik Holm. What originally started as Lech’s single debut for Jazzland Information ultimately morphed into Beady Belle’s 2001 debut recording, House, after Lech and Reksjø started collaborating on Lech’s tunes. Two years later on the music group released its sophomore recording with Cewbeagappic. In 2005, Beady Belle decreased their third studio room effort, Nearer. Belvedere adopted in 2008.
Music Songs When My Anger Starts to Cry, My Name On The World, April Fool, Skin-Deep, Self-Fulfilling, Runaway Mind, Apron Strings, Song For Irie, Lose & Win, Moderation, So far So Good, Turn Back Time, Big Balloon, A Touch of Paradise, Intermission Music, Poppy Burt-Jones, Diamond in the Rough, Half-truth, Tranquil Flight, Wounded Pride, Pillory-Like, Viscous Ocean, The Ambiguous Song, Party-Pooper, Tower of Lament, Who Switched On the Darkness?, Moja Jedyna, Mobile Bubble, Dear Hope, Stools and Rules, Two Faced, Circlet
Albums Cricklewood Broadway, Cewbeagappic, At Welding Bridge, Live in Sonthofen 2004, Closer, On My Own, Moderation, Home, Belvedere, Best of Beady Belle