Arts District

New Album, Tour In Store For Beach House

Baltimore-based duo to release Depression Cherry on Aug. 28

By Gabriella Souza | May 29, 2015, 4:33 pm

-Courtesy of Beach House
Arts District

New Album, Tour In Store For Beach House

Baltimore-based duo to release Depression Cherry on Aug. 28

By Gabriella Souza | May 29, 2015, 4:33 pm

-Courtesy of Beach House

Beach House's dream-pop melodies and ethereal vocals will soon haunt a new album, and a world tour.

The Baltimore-based duo of Victoria LeGrand and Alex Scally announced that their newest album, Depression Cherry, would be out Aug. 28. Tickets for the duo's national and international tours also went on sale today, with an emphasis that many shows were yet to be announced.

This is Beach House's fifth album and their previous release Bloom received plenty of praise when it debuted in 2012. Pitchfork Media put it on its list, The 100 Best Albums of the Decade So Far.

"Excited to see all of you soon," the duo said via Twitter. Right back at you, Beach House.




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