Beach House plots club course for 'Teen Dream'
Baltimore-based dream-pop duo Beach House will spend the spring months on the US tour trail behind the outfit's forthcoming third album, "Teen Dream."
The pair--Victoria Legrand (vocals, organ) and Alex Scally (guitar/keys)--will celebrate the album's Jan. 26 release with a Brooklyn concert before jetting off for a month-long European run.
The musicians will then return to the States, kicking off the North American leg March 26 in Washington, DC. The 33-city outing will visit clubs from one coast to the other through a hometown show May 8 in Baltimore. Details are below.
"Teen Dream," Beach House's third studio effort, will hit retailers Jan. 26. The duo recorded the new material in a converted church in upstate New York with the help of producer Chris Coady.
"We're the same people, but this record has changed our directions," Legrand said in a statement posted at the duo's website. "We were forced to let go of people and things we were holding onto as individuals: normalcy, daily rituals, the ability to take care of ourselves. We dropped into a wilderness, but we had more clarity than we've ever had before."
"Teen Dream" the group's first release on the Sub Pop label, follows their 2008 release, "Devotion" and the pair's 2006 self-titled debut.