Beth’s music is folk-inspired, and she sings a mix of traditional, modern and self-penned Scots songs. In 2022, Beth won BBC MG ALBA Scots Singer of the Year, Thanks to a sustained indoctrination from kin and other folkies, Beth has been showing up to screech out Ally Bally Bee since she was old enough to stand on stage. After a brief hiatus from folk music in her teenage years, (read Girls Aloud), Beth fell in love with the old songs and music she had grown up with, as a student living in Glasgow. She found a home, singing regular floor spots at the Glasgow Star Folk club. Beth has been singing, harmonising, playing and writing Scots songs ever since..Scots song is rooted in place, humour and political justice. Auld Reekie, chip shops and handfuls of earth are some of the themes that fill Beth up whenever she is singing.
In 2019, Beth performed at the Orkney Folk Festival and The Carrying Stream, and that same year won Edinburgh Folk Club’s annual songwriting competition. In January 2020, Beth was awarded a prestigious ‘Danny’ award at Celtic Connections. Most recently, Beth’s song ‘Leavin’ Loch Leven’ was announced as a winner of Fèis Rois and Nature Scot’s ‘In Tune With Nature’ project. She performed this in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as part of the 2021 Virtual Celtic Connections shows, alongside Ross Ainslie, Siobhan Miller, Talisk and Mànran.