Following appearances at Glastonbury and Latitude in summer 2019, Self Esteem brings her defiant, cutting-edge and experimental pop to Gulbenkian.

Singer Rebecca Taylor has tasted success as part of duo Slow Club, including 2016’s critically acclaimed, Matthew E White-produced One Day All of This Won’t Matter Any More.

Taylor has spoken publicly about feeling trapped in a band and forced to conform to music industry expectations. Now as Self Esteem she has well and truly broken out of this straight jacket, in the process writing one of the albums of the year: a phenomenal pop juggernaut that reveals her to be not just a remarkable vocalist, but one of our most powerful and distinctive songwriters. It is a debut that is unapologetic, witty, self-aware and uncompromisingly huge.


Part of Songbirds Series

This event has been moved to 30 April from the previously advertised date of 4 Mar 2020.  If you have purchased a ticket you will be contacted by a member of our team shortly.

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Songbirds Series

Wed 26 February - Sat 30 May 2020
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Self Esteem

Thu 30 April 2020

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