The "Single Finder" feature on Beach House's website now allows you to stream “Majorette,” “She’s So Lovely” and “One Thing" from 'Thank Your Lucky Stars.'
A look at October 2015's new music releases.
While serving up another gleaming feast for the ears, the Baltimore dream pop duo inches toward its own creative voice on its skeletal fifth album.
The quintessential dream-pop duo return to their most atmospheric roots with their fifth album, which you can listen to here.
The band's website will automatically play one of three 'Depression Cherry' songs best suited to your tastes.
Believe it or not, we're at about the halfway point of the summer. But there's still plenty of music to look forward to.
Beach House have debuted, “Sparks,” the very first track to emerge from the upcoming album, 'Depression Cherry.'
Beach House have announced details of their next upcoming LP, Depression Cherry, as well as some 2015 tour dates.
Relationships are difficult enough even when you don't have to write eight to 12 songs together every two years.
What can we say about Beach House's video for 'Wishes,' the latest single off their stellar 2012 album 'Bloom?' How about that the Eric Wareheim-directed clip is very bizarre, very fascinating and very difficult to keep your eyes off of? The video stars actor Ray Wise ('Twin Peaks,' 'Robocop') as a track-suited coach warming up a crowd by belting out the epic dream-pop anthem 'Wishes,' followed by a procession of even-weirder characters and contributors.