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This is a photo of us taken backstage in Birmingham on our U.K tour in February. I’m pretty sure we were a little delirious after a couple of days of long drives and late nights. Our whirlwind tour also took us to the States for our first ever headline shows. No matter where we played in the world we were greeted by beautiful, attentive audiences who had genuinely connected with our music. It’s not lost on me that at the age of 44 I’m touring to different parts of the world and playing sold out club shows. Amazing! Thanks to each and everyone of you for coming out to show your support or buy an album. It means the world to us.

Lastly, I wanted to offer you a little gift as a token of my appreciation for the support you have shown me and my band this year. I’ve put together an 8 track EP of songs from all different projects. Some of them you may have already but just in case you don’t head over here and enter $0 into the payment field, then enter your email and it’s yours.
Sending lots of love,
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Beach House recently returned to announce a new album comprised of mainly “b-sides and rarities” which included some new mixes, some older forgotten songs, some b-side and wouldn’t you know it, some rarities as well. But one of the new tracks released, ‘Chariot’, has a brand new video.

The track is a typical Beach House vibe and melts away like butter on hot toast, effortlessly and with a knowing warmth no matter the temperature. The video itself speaks more of this frosty temperature.

The video features archival footage from across the spectrum and focuses on the confusing narratives of mainstream media. An interesting watch alongside a beautiful song.

Taken from the album ‘B-Sides and Rarities’ on Bella Union Records ,

It’s taken from the Baltimore dream-pop duo’s upcoming compilation album ‘B-Sides And Rarities’, which drops on June 30th. The compilation includes a second previously unreleased song, ‘Baseball Diamond’, as well as a cover of the Queen classic ‘Play The Game’Beach House released their sixth and most recent studio album, ‘Thank Your Lucky Stars’, in October 2015. It arrived less than two months after their their fifth studio album, ‘Depression Cherry’, which dropped that August.

On 30th June Beach House will release a collection of 14 songs spanning their six album career, including two previously unheard tracks ‘Chariot’ & ‘Baseball Diamond’

Beach House - B-Sides and Rarities

‘B-Sides & Rarities’ will be available on
Limited Edition Transparent LP, CD, Digital and Cassette

B-Sides and Rarities is a new LP containing every song Beach House – aka Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand – has made that does not exist on one of their albums, including two new songs from the “Depression Cherry” sessions. .

‘B-Sides and Rarities’ (release date: June 20, 2017)

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