It’s been far too long since I had some Zach Condon on the blog. And the tune he did with Alaska in Winter is packed with Beirutisms (the Bbadd9 chord, hammering on the g-string, 2nd fret in the F chord, switching the song half-way through).
In the first half of the song use:
d – d u – u d u
Once each for Bbadd9 and C7.
For the F chord do the same strum twice but on the first strum only hold down the E-string, 1st fret of the F chord and hammer-on the g-string 2nd fret. He does vary the strum in the second bar often. You could also use:
d u d u d u d u
With your finger off the g-string (so you’re playing 0010) for the second half.
There’s not much uke for the second half of the song, so feel free to make up your own strum. Once it picks up, you could use:
d – d u d – d u