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To our faithful listeners,

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thesixtyone was our baby for most of our twenties. We're incredibly sorry we weren't able to keep things going in the 
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James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

Beach House

alternative and rock     429 listeners


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The Beach House you’re about to meet isn’t the same you may remember from before. Lives have been shuffled, tangled and re-aligned.

When Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally returned home to Baltimore last winter, they were worn thin from touring and travel. But deep inside them hot energies were incubating, ideas they had been whispering back and forth in the wake of their sophomore full-length, 2008’s Devotion. By the following spring they began handing themselves over completely to those impulses, holing themselves up and exchanging ideas in a new, secluded practice space for dangerously long periods of time. As the songs that would become Teen Dream began to live, breathe and take shape, the duo was forced to leave much of their personal lives behind them. “We’re the same people, but this record has changed our directions,” Legrand muses. “We were forced to let go of people and things we were holding onto as individuals: normalcy, daily rituals, the ability to take care of ourselves. We were dropped into a wilderness, but we had more clarity than we’ve ever had before.”

Still driven to avoid distraction, the two marched further into isolation, to bottle up all those wild v... (+) expand
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marcares (level 32) wrote:
Please come back to tease us again.
8 months ago
bonzoslater (level 1) wrote:
Fab stuff....wish I was able to get to see them at SxSW...gosh they'll be big!! B x
8 years ago
Chiponius (level 6) wrote:
I love your music so much. Particularly Saltwater, Childhood, Astronaut, Home Again and Heart of Chambers. Oh, and the sublime Lovelier Girl.
8 years ago
a++ wrote:
gila really is one of my favorite songs ever i think. thank you and keep making great music.
9 years ago
Admiral Twin wrote:
FYI. Just uploaded a new track..."Another Day."
9 years ago
spaceninja (level 12) wrote:
I second that. Once upon a time my roommate and I listened to master of none on repeat for at least four hours. For seriously!
9 years ago
nazdar (level 12) wrote:
Please upload another song so I can max bump that too! Master of None would be great.
9 years ago