A Brighter Beat (song)

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"A Brighter Beat"
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Single by Malcolm Middleton
from the album A Brighter Beat
B-side "Point of Light"
Released 22 January 2007
Format 7-inch single
Studio Castle of Doom, Glasgow, Scotland
Length 3:49
Label Full Time Hobby (FTH032S UK)
Songwriter(s) Malcolm Middleton
Producer(s) Tony Doogan
Malcolm Middleton singles chronology
"Break My Heart"
(2005)
"A Brighter Beat"
(2007)
"Fuck It, I Love You"
(2007)

"A Brighter Beat" is a song by Scottish singer-songwriter Malcolm Middleton, from his 2007 third album, A Brighter Beat. It was his fourth single overall, and his first single from A Brighter Beat, released in the UK on 22 January 2007 on Full Time Hobby.

Overview[edit]

Malcolm Middleton commented on the song:

We all get comfort from knowing that other people are uncomfy too. This idea is most evident in the title track, "A Brighter Beat". To me, it's a support anthem for people who find it hard leaving the house sometimes or socialising in general. If you're on your own at home and feeling depressed it's funny to think that there's millions of other people feeling exactly the same.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Songs, lyrics and music by Malcolm Middleton.

  • 7-inch single (FTH032S)
  1. "A Brighter Beat" – 3:49
  2. "Point of Light" – 4:58

Personnel[edit]

  • Malcolm Middleton – vocals, guitar
  • Jenny Reeve – vocals
  • Barry Burns – piano
  • Tony Doogan – producer

Notes[edit]