11 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Beach Fossils’ third album sees them distancing themselves from genre tags such as "chillwave," embracing their penchant for wistful melodies and buttressing their songs with expansive arrangements. The jangly guitars on "Tangerine" have a sparkle that the band once would have disavowed, and "Down the Line" is propelled by a muscular bassline that gives its tale of shrugging off the nine-to-five world some added heft. “Saint Ivy” even has an orchestral sweep worthy of Burt Bacharach, incorporating lush strings and fluttering woodwinds.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Beach Fossils’ third album sees them distancing themselves from genre tags such as "chillwave," embracing their penchant for wistful melodies and buttressing their songs with expansive arrangements. The jangly guitars on "Tangerine" have a sparkle that the band once would have disavowed, and "Down the Line" is propelled by a muscular bassline that gives its tale of shrugging off the nine-to-five world some added heft. “Saint Ivy” even has an orchestral sweep worthy of Burt Bacharach, incorporating lush strings and fluttering woodwinds.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
30 Ratings
30 Ratings
I'm Craig ,

yes!

i was wondering what to expect post clash the truth and frankly unsure that wasn't the end of the line. oh am i pleased. so many familiar, distinctive beach fossils noises mixed with new arrangements and just a bigger sound in a non staduim way. the two new tracks released yesterday (5.19.2017), especially tangerine (featuring slowdive's rachel goswell (wha?!? still swooning over the new slowdive) are just wonderful. this is shaping up to be one heck of an album and perhaps the best beach fossil yet. excited to hear more.

Via Olivera ,

Beautiful Music

Big, lucious and melodic! Just like a good cabernet! Love it!

"BIG"MAC" ,

Best of yet

So good. Social jetlag, be nothing, & sugar are my favorites

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