Beach House release new single “Alien”

Beach House release new single "Alien". The track is an outtake, from their 7 full-length recording sessions
Beach House 'Alien'

Beach House’s new song “Alien” is an outtake from the 7 sessions that was originally released as a B-side for a limited-edition, tour-only 7”, Which was produced by the band, Sonic Boom, and Jason Quever.

Beach House’s sold out North American and European tours in support of 7 end on November 2nd in Turin, IT at Club to Club. The band will then resume touring in 2019 with a headlining & festival date run in Australia, which begins on February 26th in Brisbane at The Triffid and currently runs through March 9th in Victoria at the Golden Plains Festival.

Beach House
7
Tracklisting:

1. Dark Spring
2. Pay No Mind
3. Lemon Glow
4. L’Inconnue
5. Drunk in LA
6. Dive
7. Black Car
8. Lose Your Smile
9. Woo
10. Girl Of The Year
11. Last Ride​

Beach House
“Lose Your Smile” b/w “Alien”
Tracklisting:

A. “Lose Your Smile”
B. “Alien”

European Tour 2018
Nov. 02 – Turin, IT – Club to Club

Beach House
Australian Tour 2019

Feb. 26 – Brisbane, AU – The Triffid
Feb. 28 – Perth, AU – Perth Festival
Mar. 04 – Sydney, AU – Enmore Theatre
Mar. 06 – Adelaide, AU – RCC Fringe – University of Adelaide
Mar. 08 – Melbourne, AU – Forum Melbourne
Mar. 09 – Victoria, AU – Golden Plains Festiva

The single, which includes 7 album track “Lose Your Smile” on the A-side and is pressed on slime green vinyl, from the band’s official webstore, Bella Union in Europe, and Mistletone in Australia & New Zealand, and the rest of the world from Sub Pop (while supplies last).

Beach House on 7

7 is our 7th full-length record. At its release, we will have been a band for over 13 years. We have now written and released a total of 77 songs together.

Throughout the process of recording 7, we wanted to rethink old methods and shed some self-imposed limitations. In the past, we often limited our writing to parts that we could perform live. On 7, we decided to follow whatever came naturally. As a result, there are some songs with no guitar, and some without keyboard. There are songs with layers and production that we could never recreate live, and that is exciting to us. Basically, we let our creative moods, instead of instrumentation, dictate the album’s feel.