Alabaster dePlume shares new instrumental song 'Bean', available via Bandcamp for 24 hours only Fri Mar 5th Unable to show videos. Please click here to accept cookies and enable embedding of videos. 2021 New music Today, Friday 5 March, is Bandcamp Friday again, meaning the platform waives its fess in order to help artists and labels impacted by the pandemic. Jazz musician, songwriter and poet Alabaster dePlume takes the occasion to release the beautiful new instrumental track 'Bean' that is only available via his Bandcamp page for 24 hours during Bandcamp Friday. After that, "the song will disappear and belong to those who downloaded it in time." Listen, buy and support the artist here on Bandcamp. <a href="https://alabasterdeplume.bandcamp.com/track/bean-instrumental-available-for-24hrs-only" data-mce-href="https://alabasterdeplume.bandcamp.com/track/bean-instrumental-available-for-24hrs-only">Bean (instrumental – available for 24hrs only) by Alabaster dePlume</a> "The Mancunian has had the jazz breakthrough of 2020 with an album inspired by work in mental health support – and his gentle, open music can ease all our minds mid-pandemic" - The Guardian Alabaster dePlume will be Le Guess Who? 2021’s Artist in Residence. Other artists that will perform at the fourteenth edition of the festival are Mount Eerie, Lucrecia Dalt, Bohren & Der Club of Gore, Midori Takada, and many more.