My name is
Beatriz Gutiérrez


Begut is a twenty-year-old singer-songwriter whose sound carries multiple influences; soulful vocals, jazzy arrangements and some hints of the folk music she grew up with. Coming from Zaragoza, located in the North of Spain she always felt a link to music and her main influence during her childhood were The Beatles and Radiohead, that used to play in her parents’ car in every road trip.

She wrote her first song when she was twelve, and in 2016 she created Begut the Band, a trio ensemble that started to build a fanbase and sold out their debut concert at Teatro Arbolé. Begut also performed in the Aragonese Music Awards reaching a wider audience by being broadcasted on local television and having several radio interviews in Aragón Radio. In October 2017, the artistplayed to an audience of seven thousand people in Plaza del Pilar, Zaragoza ́s most emblematic square.

Since then, the artist has moved to London and continues to pursue her songwriting careeras a solo artist: in June 2018 she won the Vinyl Scratch (open mic) competition at Tileyard Studios, London and received mentoring sessions from the head of Big Indie Records. She also got featured on The Lumineers ́Instagram singing her reharmonized version of their song Dead Sea. Now, her debut single Bittersweet will be released on the 8th of November 2019, as part of her debut EP To Be, merging her powerful vocals with mellow and harmonically rich arrangements.