Now in a thirteenth year of existence, dream pop duo Beach House are still finding ways to stay fresh, evidence of which can be heard on latest album ‘7‘, their seventh full-length record which brings their total number of songs to 77. Nice. Made up of Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally, we’re happy to hear the Baltimore outfit will be visiting Manchester this autumn, stopping off at Wesleyan chapel The Albert Hall on 19th October.
Beach House were thrust onto international consciousness with the release of their widely acclaimed third album ‘Teen Dream‘, containing such lush hits as ‘Zebra’, ‘Walk in the Park’ and ‘Used to Be’. Apparently influenced by recent “societal insanity”, the latest record was recorded without “a producer in the traditional sense” with a goal of “rebirth and rejuvenation”, and hits the shelves on 11th May via Sub Pop. Supporting the record with a world tour starting late April, catch their penultimate performance this Autumn for just £20.
Beach House perform at the Albert Hall on Friday 19th October. Tickets are available here.