The 405 got a first look at Amsterdam songstress BEA back in March with the slow-crawl dream mash 'Breadwinner'. BEA's smokey voice in the effort was less piercing as it was opening, giving a wide perspective akin to the all-world efforts from Zola Jesus.

The tempered flare from the first single shows up again in her new dreamy 'Safe Ground'. BEA slinks through a hovering beat that could be mistaken as a poppy B-Side to some of Portishead's '90s work, showering the production with heady vocals. Whether it'll be a part of a full-length debut is uncertain, but there does seem to be some writing on the wall.

Listen to 'Safe Ground' below and order the digital download July 21st.

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