Beach House Drop Four New Songs, Will Play Massey Hall in July

Beach House Drop Four New Songs, Will Play Massey Hall in July

The new offerings as part of Beach House’s mark the first chapter of releases for Once Twice Melody.

The new offerings as part of Beach House’s markthe first chapter of releases for Once Twice Melody.

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The first set of songs on the highly awaited new Beach House record Once Twice Melody arrived at midnight last night accompanied by animated visuals.

The 18-song double album announced yesterday will be released in “chapters” with the next selections arriving on December 8, January 19, and February 18 with its full release.

Today’s release sees “Superstar,” “Pink Funeral,” and “Through Me” joined with the title track which debuted yesterday on SiriusXMUI.

The album features a live string ensemble and is produced entirely by Beach House, marking a first in their career.

Beach House are referred to as an epic cross section between dream house and shoegaze, though their style has evolved to incorporate other elements. Since building esteem with the one two punch of their first two records, Beach House and Devotion, the duo has gained an excellent reputation for their towering live performances, with just Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally arranging their famous wall of sound seemingly from scratch.

Pitchfork’s Lindsay Zoladz described their music as “luminous, sky-sized songs that conjure some alternate universe where Cocteau Twins have headlined every stadium on Atlantis.”

Tickets for Beach House's concert at Massey Hall will go on sale to members of anti-bullying foundation Friends First on November 18 before they are available to the general public on November 19, next Friday. Buy tickets here.

Once Twice Melody comes out February 18 on Sub Pop. Check out the track list and their tour dates below and :

 

1.       Once Twice Melody

2.       Superstar

3.       Pink Funeral

4.       Through Me

5.       Runaway

6.       ESP

7.       New Romance

8.       Over and Over

9.       Sunset

10.   Only You Know

11.   Another Go Around

12.   Masquerade

13.   Illusions of Forever

14.   Finale

15.   The Bells

16.   Hurts to Love

17.   Many Nights

18.   Modern Love Stories

 

02-18 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE

02-19 Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre

02-20 Grand Rapids, MI - GLC Live at 20 Monroe

02-22 Kansas City, MO - Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland

02-23 Des Moines, IA - Val Air Ballroom

02-25 Madison, WI - The Sylvee

02-26 St. Paul, MN - The Palace Theatre

02-27 Milwaukee, WI - Riverside Theatre

03-01 Indianapolis, IN - Egyptian Room at Old National Centre

03-02 Cincinnati, OH - PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation

03-22 Raleigh, NC - The Ritz

03-23 Atlanta, GA - The Eastern

03-25 Austin, TX - Moody Amphitheatre at Waterloo Park

03-27 Dallas, TX - The Factory in Deep Ellum

03-29 Santa Fe, NM - Lensic Performing Arts Center

03-30 Denver, CO - Mission Ballroom

04-01 Missoula, MT - The Wilma

04-02 Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory

04-03 Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre

04-05 Vancouver, British Columbia - Queen Elizabeth Theatre

04-06 Portland, OR - The Keller Auditorium

04-08 Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley

04-09 Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre

05-21 Dublin, Ireland - The National Stadium

05-23 Glasgow, Scotland - Barrowland Ballroom

05-24 Manchester, England - Manchester Academy

05-26 London, England - O2 Academy Brixton

05-28 Antwerp, Belgium - De Roma

05-30 Brussels, Belgium - Ancienne Belgique

05-31 Paris, France - L’Olympia

06-02 Nimes, France - Paloma

06-04 Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound Festival

06-07 Cologne, Germany - Carlswerk Victoria

06-08 Berlin, Germany - Columbiahalle

06-09 Copenhagen, Denmark - Falkoner Centre

07-08 Richmond, VA - The National

07-09 Asheville, NC - Rabbit Rabbit

07-10 Louisville, KY - Old Forester’s Paristown Hall

07-12 Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre

07-13 Chicago, IL - Radius

07-15 Toronto, Ontario - Massey Hall

07-16 Montreal, Quebec - M Telus

07-18 New Haven, CT - College Street Music Hall

07-19 Brooklyn, NY - Kings Theatre

07-20 Brooklyn, NY - Kings Theatre

07-22 Boston, MA - Roadrunner

07-23 Philadelphia, PA - The Met

07-24 Washington, D.C. - The Anthem

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The first set of songs on the highly awaited new Beach House record Once Twice Melody arrived at midnight last night accompanied by animated visuals.

The 18-song double album announced yesterday will be released in “chapters” with the next selections arriving on December 8, January 19, and February 18 with its full release.

Today’s release sees “Superstar,” “Pink Funeral,” and “Through Me” joined with the title track which debuted yesterday on SiriusXMUI.

The album features a live string ensemble and is produced entirely by Beach House, marking a first in their career.

Beach House are referred to as an epic cross section between dream house and shoegaze, though their style has evolved to incorporate other elements. Since building esteem with the one two punch of their first two records, Beach House and Devotion, the duo has gained an excellent reputation for their towering live performances, with just Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally arranging their famous wall of sound seemingly from scratch.

Pitchfork’s Lindsay Zoladz described their music as “luminous, sky-sized songs that conjure some alternate universe where Cocteau Twins have headlined every stadium on Atlantis.”

Tickets for Beach House's concert at Massey Hall will go on sale to members of anti-bullying foundation Friends First on November 18 before they are available to the general public on November 19, next Friday. Buy tickets here.

Once Twice Melody comes out February 18 on Sub Pop. Check out the track list and their tour dates below and :

 

1.       Once Twice Melody

2.       Superstar

3.       Pink Funeral

4.       Through Me

5.       Runaway

6.       ESP

7.       New Romance

8.       Over and Over

9.       Sunset

10.   Only You Know

11.   Another Go Around

12.   Masquerade

13.   Illusions of Forever

14.   Finale

15.   The Bells

16.   Hurts to Love

17.   Many Nights

18.   Modern Love Stories

 

02-18 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE

02-19 Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre

02-20 Grand Rapids, MI - GLC Live at 20 Monroe

02-22 Kansas City, MO - Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland

02-23 Des Moines, IA - Val Air Ballroom

02-25 Madison, WI - The Sylvee

02-26 St. Paul, MN - The Palace Theatre

02-27 Milwaukee, WI - Riverside Theatre

03-01 Indianapolis, IN - Egyptian Room at Old National Centre

03-02 Cincinnati, OH - PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation

03-22 Raleigh, NC - The Ritz

03-23 Atlanta, GA - The Eastern

03-25 Austin, TX - Moody Amphitheatre at Waterloo Park

03-27 Dallas, TX - The Factory in Deep Ellum

03-29 Santa Fe, NM - Lensic Performing Arts Center

03-30 Denver, CO - Mission Ballroom

04-01 Missoula, MT - The Wilma

04-02 Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory

04-03 Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre

04-05 Vancouver, British Columbia - Queen Elizabeth Theatre

04-06 Portland, OR - The Keller Auditorium

04-08 Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley

04-09 Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre

05-21 Dublin, Ireland - The National Stadium

05-23 Glasgow, Scotland - Barrowland Ballroom

05-24 Manchester, England - Manchester Academy

05-26 London, England - O2 Academy Brixton

05-28 Antwerp, Belgium - De Roma

05-30 Brussels, Belgium - Ancienne Belgique

05-31 Paris, France - L’Olympia

06-02 Nimes, France - Paloma

06-04 Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound Festival

06-07 Cologne, Germany - Carlswerk Victoria

06-08 Berlin, Germany - Columbiahalle

06-09 Copenhagen, Denmark - Falkoner Centre

07-08 Richmond, VA - The National

07-09 Asheville, NC - Rabbit Rabbit

07-10 Louisville, KY - Old Forester’s Paristown Hall

07-12 Cleveland, OH - Agora Theatre

07-13 Chicago, IL - Radius

07-15 Toronto, Ontario - Massey Hall

07-16 Montreal, Quebec - M Telus

07-18 New Haven, CT - College Street Music Hall

07-19 Brooklyn, NY - Kings Theatre

07-20 Brooklyn, NY - Kings Theatre

07-22 Boston, MA - Roadrunner

07-23 Philadelphia, PA - The Met

07-24 Washington, D.C. - The Anthem

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