New Beau Makes Captivating Debut With “Everything”



Working under the moniker New Beau, Patrick Beaulieu-Hardin is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, and composer. Involved with music since the young age of six, New Beau pulls inspirations from a wide variety of genres such as folk, rock, solo piano, pop, and electronica. With a broad range of genres to influence his sound, his music is eclectic and accessible for listeners from all walks of life.


Everything” appeals on a whole new level for its melodic swagger and the hypnotic, soothing nature of the chord progression. Meanwhile, the lead vocals provide a similar thread of recognizable simplicity, and still, the soundscape seems to evolve and change throughout “Everything”. Even with these notably entrancing, ongoing elements that hold you captive. The track has a distinctive pulse about it, a few carefully crafted layers help give it that comforting, memorable glow. Patrick’s indie vocal during the verses is where the song moves from good to great. It’s a satisfying and enjoyable piece of music and performance, one that you may feel as if you’ve known for years, but one that’s also somehow undeniably original. Easy listening instrumentation blasts through the speakers layered with addicting acoustic arrangments and soulful lyricism. New Beau has created an eclectic motif and we can’t wait to see what this up and coming artist curates for his fans next!

Check out “Everything” here and read more below in our exclusive interview!



Hey there New Beau! Welcome to BuzzMusic! We’re really happy to be featuring your song “Everything”. It’s very catchy, but also incorporates an integral message within. Can you explain to our readers the truth that is embedded within the track?

Oh, great question - this track took me a long time to write, and the message changed as I wrote it. It started as a fairly straightforward breakup song - “How will I fill this space that we left for each other?” I struggled with the second verse, trying to find a resolution, and I realized that the resolution I was looking for had nothing to do with other people. I ended up writing about my own journey - “How will I choose my path?” I had been wavering back and forth in my personal life about how to pursue music, and whether I would even end up in the music industry at all. The song ends unresolve