Plucked from obscurity and not even a product of the X Factor / The Voice reality TV showdowns. Beth Sherburn came to notice by just merrily going about her daytime job behind the counter at the Debenhams department store whilst having a little sing song along to the instore piped music of Michael Buble’s “Christmas” album.
In a twist, Beth’s workplace sing song unwittingly turned out to become an unorthodox audition when she was then approached by Mr Music John McLaughlin, producer to Girls Aloud, Take That, and Busted, who happened to be shopping instore and on the spot offered her a record deal.
Now working alongside the producer on her debut album and following phenomenal success with her stunning cover version of Duran Duran’s “Ordinary World” Beth sets her sights as an exciting emerging dance pop prospect with release of her shiny new club banger “Overload”. The slick dance floor anthem works in comfort alongside Beth’s Minogue pop princess styled vocals and is further ignited into a whirlwind of dance pop dizziness with remix treatment from Alias who has previously worked his fierce upon Little Mix, The Saturdays and Cheryl Cole.
“Overload” is not only certified to be a hit in the clubs, it also bags masses of radio friendly appeal, which across the board looks set to ensure the name and vocals of Beth Sherburn should be seen as a contender as one of the hottest dance pop prospects to emerge over the past year.