Show-stopping vocalist and hitmaking songwriter Becky Hill unveils a filmed orchestral live performance video of “Space” to accompany the release of “Space” (Acoustic).
Becky Hill’s “Space” (Orchestral Acoustic) video was directed by Raja Virdi (Michael Kiwanuka, Lewis Capaldi, Freya Ridings). It sees Becky accompanied by Helen Nash on keys, a string quartert and her backing vocalists Paije and Lovelle.
“Space” (Acoustic) follows hot on the heels of Becky Hill’s “Forever Young”, which has already broken into Shazam’s Top 5 within days of being released. Becky’s cover of the iconic 1980s Alphaville song is taken from The McDonald’s Christmas Advert for 2020, which premiered on Sunday, 15th November during ITV’s flagship show, I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!, and is now close to hitting 1 million views on McDonald’s UK YouTube Channel. Becky is donating a percentage of all proceeds earned from the sales “Forever Young” to FareShare.
“Space”, which has been added to radio playlists across the board (including Radio 1, Radio 2 and Kiss FM), is the third official single to be released from Becky Hill’s debut studio album, set for release 2021. The album will follow Get To Know, the 2019 released 13 track collection of singles Becky either released herself or wrote and guest performed on. Get To Know was recently confirmed by Official Charts to be 2020’s 3rd most streamed album by a British female artist and among the top 5 most streamed albums by a British artist in the UK
With an irrefutable aptitude for writing chart smashing pop songs, Becky Hill is one of Britain’s most in-demand musical exports of the moment. She has 180 songs registered with ASCAP, and an impressive string of hits to her name having written and performed on nine singles which charted in the top 40 of the UK Official Singles Chart, (including two top 10 singles and one number 1). Described by Annie Mac as “one of the finest voices in pop music today” and Popjustice as “UK pop’s greatest secret weapon”, Becky has now garnered over 1.5 billion combined streams and 15 million+ monthly listeners on Spotify after being crowned the 2nd most-streamed British Female Artist on Spotify UK in 2019.