11 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their third album, Beach Fossils let their jangly indie pop soak longingly and luxuriously in the sun, enough to melt their wistful melodies into delicately refined reveries. Frontman Dustin Payseur keeps his vocals forever calm, echoing George Harrison on the lush, string-filled pop of "This Year" before finely melding them to the soft purrs of Slowdive's Rachel Goswell on "Tangerine." Waves of Beatles-esque psychedelia give it all a luminous finish, especially when they burst through the haze with the blistering existential thriller "Be Nothing."

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their third album, Beach Fossils let their jangly indie pop soak longingly and luxuriously in the sun, enough to melt their wistful melodies into delicately refined reveries. Frontman Dustin Payseur keeps his vocals forever calm, echoing George Harrison on the lush, string-filled pop of "This Year" before finely melding them to the soft purrs of Slowdive's Rachel Goswell on "Tangerine." Waves of Beatles-esque psychedelia give it all a luminous finish, especially when they burst through the haze with the blistering existential thriller "Be Nothing."

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