Beach House share Single Finder & Setlist Generator

Beach House are pleased to announce two new interactive features, a “Single Finder” & “Setlist Generator,”  via their website,

Single Finder

Setlist Generator

The “Single Finder” allows fans to choose 3 of their favorite songs from Beach House’s extensive catalog and enter them into the device. The “Single Finder” will then use an algorithm to choose a “single” from Depression Cherry that is right for you.

Meanwhile, the “Setlist Generator” allows fans to choose three songs they’d like Beach House to play at a show they’re attending along their upcoming tour. The band changes their setlist nightly, with some songs being played only a few times per tour. While there are no guarantees Beach House will be able to play each of the chosen songs, these fan selections will help influence their set lists along the tour.

Beach House’s Depression Cherry will be available on CD / LP/ DL August 28th from Sub Pop (North America), Bella Union (Europe) and Mistletone (Australia / New Zealand). The album was produced and recorded over the span of two months by the band and Chris Coady at Studio in the Country in Bogalusa, Louisiana. Beach House will begin their worldwide tour in support of Depression Cherry August 18th in Portland, ME at the State Theatre and end their 2015 dates with a sold-out 3-night stand December 17-19 in San Francisco at The Fillmore. The UK tour begins October 24th in Belfast and sees the band play two night consecutive nights at Shepherds Bush Empire. Please find a complete list of dates below.


What people are saying about Beach House’s Depression Cherry & “Sparks”:

Depression Cherry backs down from the weightier, live-drum take on dream pop that comprised Bloom. Still, it’s the most cinematic work they’ve ever made—both in sound and lyrical imagery—so much so that it borders on sci-fi at times, which makes sense considering one of the band’s only concrete professional ambitions at this point…On Depression Cherry, Legrand not only possesses more range in her vocals, she experiments with spoken-word mind control on Lennon-tinged highlight “PPP” and employs eight singers from Hattiesburg, Mississippi’s Pearl River Community College for a 24-part harmony that makes album closer “Days of Candy” the most dramatic Beach House song to date.” [Feature]Pitchfork

“A winding, reverb-heavy new song” [“Sparks”]  – Spin

“Gorgeous.” [“Sparks”]  – Pretty Much Amazing

“In typical Beach House fashion, it sounds like if you somehow had a glass of sunshine and poured it over yourself until you melted away into a puddle of shimmering emotion.” [“Sparks”] – Noisey

“It’s the perfect example of a band searching without losing sight.” [“Sparks”]  – The Line Of Best Fit

“Mountains of fuzzed-out guitar riffs, droning synth lines, and infinite vocal layers” [“Sparks”] – FLOOD Magazine

“The song is a dreamy, shoegazing pop anthem built on mid-tempo drums and a thick haze of synths and guitars.” [“Sparks”]  – Exclaim!

“A dreamy, swirling wall of sound, with the electric guitar providing all the necessary sparks.” [“Sparks”]  – Pigeons & Planes

“‘Sparks’ has the band sounding more distorted, more off-kilter, and maybe more like MBV than they ever have before” [“Sparks”]  – Brooklyn Vegan

“Spacious bed of sonic blankets” [“Sparks”]  – Billboard

“How masterfully they make the whims and errant sonics of shoegaze conform to their polished, if dreamy, sound “[“Sparks”] – Nerdist

“The Baltimore duo tweak their dream-pop sound, tumbling down a psychedelic rabbit hole with distorted  guitars and killer industrial loops.” [“Sparks” / Hot Midsummer Jams] – Entertainment Weekly

“…For all of its gauzy, dream-pop bliss, Beach House is still the kind of band that deserves a close listen. Fight the temptation to get lost in Legrand’s dulcet voice and give this new song from the band’s upcoming record, their first since 2012’s Bloom, your full attention.” [“Sparks”] – Vulture

“Pulling from the past while looking resolutely into the future.” [“Sparks” / Best New Track] – Pitchfork

““Sparks” initiates with indiscernible muttering. Its an intricately woven loop of samples that mimic the moments before waking up, as an echoing voice from the outside pulls you up and out of slumber and into waking consciousness. In this song, that voice comes in the form of an unhurried, steadfast guitar motif that expands what could be a claustrophobic re-introduction of the band into something wide open and incandescent.” [“Sparks” / Song of the Week] – Stereogum


Tour Dates

Aug. 18 – Portland, ME – State Theatre

Aug. 19 – Northampton, MA  – Pearl Street Nightclub

Aug. 20 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground

Aug. 21 – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom

Aug. 22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Small’s

Aug. 24 – Albany, NY – Upstate Concert Hall

Aug. 25 – Providence, RI – Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel

Aug. 26 – New Haven, CT – College Street Music Hall

Aug. 29 – Baltimore, MD – Windjammer @ Pier Six Pavilion*

Sep. 17 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall

Sep. 18 – Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s

Sep. 19 – Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Theatre

Sep. 21 – Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theatre

Sep. 22 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue

Sep. 23 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue

Sep. 25 – Omaha, NE – Slowdown

Sep. 26 – Lawrence, KS – Liberty Hall

Sep. 27 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant

Sep. 28 – Memphis, TN – Minglewood Hall

Sep. 29 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom

Oct. 01 – Houston, TX – House of Blues

Oct. 02 – New Orleans, LA – Civic Theatre

Oct. 03 – Birmingham, AL – Saturn

Oct. 04 – Nashville, TN –  The Ryman Auditorium

Oct. 06 – Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theatre

Oct. 07 – Asheville, NC – Orange Peel

Oct. 08 – Saxapahaw, NC – Haw River Ballroom

Oct. 24 – Belfast, UK –  Mandela Hall

Oct. 25 – Dublin, IE – Vicar Street

Oct. 26 – Glasgow, UK – ABC

Oct. 27 – Manchester, UK – The Ritz

Oct. 29 – Paris, FR – Pitchfork Music Festival

Oct. 30 – London, UK – Shepherds Bush Empire

Oct. 31 – London, UK – Shepherds Bush Empire

Nov. 02 – Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso

Nov. 03 – Brussels, BE – Autumn Falls @ AB

Nov. 04 – Koln, DE – Gloria

Nov. 05 – Luxemborg, LU – Den Atelier

Nov. 07 – Reykjavik, IS – Iceland Airwaves

Nov. 10 – Oslo, NO – Sentrum Scene

Nov. 11 – Gothenburg, SE – Tradgarn

Nov. 12 – Stockholm, SE – Debaser Medis

Nov. 13 – Copenhagen DK – Vega

Nov. 14 – Hamburg, DE – Kampnagel K1

Nov. 16 – Berlin, DE – Huxley’s

Nov. 17 – Munich, DE – Freiheiz

Nov. 18  – Lausanne, CH – Les Docks

Nov. 20 – Barcelona, ES – Apolo

Nov. 22 – Madrid, ES – La Riviera

Nov. 23 – Lisbon, PT – Armazén

Nov. 24 – Porto, PT – Teatro sa da Bandeira

Dec. 09 – Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre

Dec. 10 – Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre

Dec. 11 – Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre

Dec. 12 – Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre

Dec. 17 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore

Dec. 18 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore

Dec. 19 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore

* w/ Future Islands, Dan Deacon, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat & more

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