Litany is 25 year-old Beth Cornell from Harrogate. Formerly working with producer Jake Nicolaides the duo created a sonic catalogue with an ode to adolescence and had a stream of successful cult hits including 'Bedroom'. This saw Litany rocket to popularity with their whimsical synth melodies and candid lyrics being heralded by the likes of BBC Radio 1 Sirius XM and Beats1. May 2019 saw Litany's triumphant solo return with 'My Dude' complete with nostalgic references from Magic 8 Balls to MSN Messenger and a 90's-esque sax solo its trademark Litany with added punch. Hot off the heels of 'My Dude' being selected as BBC Radio 1's Introducing Track of The Week, follow-up 'Go Out' was released, another slice of indie-pop perfection. Speaking on the feel-good anthem Cornell says "It’s about my struggles with depression when at university. I was invited to a party away from home that I couldn’t avoid and there I met someone who was like a light in the dark he made me feel like I could 'go out' again after not wanting to for so long so this is an ode to him". Litany is set to headline The Garage in London on October 3rd.