Tess Becket is an independant Indie Rock Singer songwriter/Producer from York, PA, USA

Born and raised in a rural town near Baltimore, Tess Becket is a refined producer, sharp songwriter and sultry vocalist. The twenty-one year old has meticulously honed her songwriting, engineering and production skills for years by working in the industry.

Becket learned audio engineering and production in a rap and hip-hop recording studio in a nearby city and quickly honed her talents by taking on major commercial audio projects as an engineer and working on local tour stops for Swae Lee, Grace Potter and Los Lobos.

Her upcoming indie rock releases examine sapphic love, loss and familial toxicity, and draw inspiration from queer singer-songwriter-producers like King Princess and Julien Baker.


Toxic is a bare indie rock ballad with poetic lyrics and an emotional vocal delivery. Written about a loved one going through a psychotic break, this song is a simmering reflection on returning to a dark, problematic relationship. Inspired by other queer singer-songwriters and producers, like King Princess and Julien Baker, Becket co-produced and wrote this song herself. She is an up and coming lesbian musician and has a small but dedicated social media following, with a few viral videos and nearly one million cumulative views on Instagram reels. This is her debut release.

Featured on episode 12 of Discover Her Music Podcast

Song: Toxic

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