Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Beach House coming to Minneapolis April 4

I just wanted to drop everyone a reminder, that Beach House are gearing up to hit the road on Friday March 26, in support of their latest and greatest, Teen DreamFull list of tour dates below.

While in Europe, the band recorded an amazing session with our good friends at Le Blogotheque. You can check out the session by clicking here.

In case you need more proof that the band slays live, you can check out live footage from their January, 26th show at the Bell House via Baeble.com 

Beach House Tour Dates: 
Mar 26 Black Cat, Washington, DC 
Mar 27 Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT 
Mar 28 Paradise (MA), Boston, MA 
Mar 29 La Sala Rosa (Montreal), Montreal, Canada 
Apr 01 Crofoot Ballroom, Pontiac, MI 
Apr 02 Metro, Chicago, IL 
Apr 03 Pabst Theater, Milwaukee, WI 
Apr 04 
Cedar Cultural Centre, Minneapolis, MN 
Apr 05 Waiting Room, Omaha, NE 
Apr 06 Granada Theater, Lawrence, KS 
Apr 07 Bluebird Theater - (CO), Denver, CO 
Apr 09 Neurolux, Boise, ID 
Apr 10 Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, OR 
Apr 11 Rickshaw Theater (BC), Vancouver, Canada 
Apr 12 Neumos, Seattle, WA 
Apr 14 Bimbos, San Francisco, CA 
Apr 15 Downtown Brewing Co., San Luis Obispo, CA 
Apr 16 Soho Restaurant & Music Club, Santa Barbara, CA 
Apr 17 Coachella Valley Music & Arts, Indio, CA
Apr 19 Rhythm Room, Phoenix, AZ 
Apr 21 Granada Theater (TX), Dallas, TX 
Apr 22 Emo's (Austin), Austin, TX 
Apr 23 Walter's on Washington, Houston, TX 
Apr 24 Spanish Moon, Baton Rouge, LA 
Apr 25 The Engine Room, Tallahassee, FL 
Apr 27 Bottle Tree, Birmingham, AL 
Apr 28 Mercy Lounge, Nashville, TN 
Apr 29 The Earl, Atlanta, GA 
Apr 30 Grey Eagle Tavern, Asheville, NC 
May 01 Cats Cradle, Carrboro, NC 
May 06 Webster Hall, New York, NY 
May 07 First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, PA 
May 08 2640 Space, Baltimore, MD 
Jun 16 Diesel Club Lounge, Pittsburgh, PA 
Jun 17 Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH 
Jun 19 Toronto Olympic Island, Toronto, Canada 
Jun 20 Town Ballroom, Buffalo, NY 
Jul 27 Prospect Park (NY), Brooklyn, NY 
Jonathan Richman once said the Velvet Underground didn’t make music, they made atmosphere.  That’s also true for this Baltimore dream-pop duo, whose dense-fog organs, reverb-y slide guitars, and nodding harmonies feel as lush as a midnight walk in a wet garden. – Spin

These are crisper, brighter, bolder songs, retaining Beach House's sense of elegant decay while sweeping up the debris.- Pitchfork

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