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Watch: Beverly – “South Collins” Video

The Blue Swell Due Out May 6 on Kanine

Apr 19, 2016

Dreamy duo Beverly has shared a clip for "South Collins," a track from their forthcoming full-length The Blue SwellMore

Oct 23, 2014

In the video for Careers cut “Yales’ Life,” Beverly performs, works, and plays in slow motion.  More

Listen: Beverly – “Careers” Album Stream

Album Out July 1 on Kanine Records

Jun 25, 2014

Ahead of the release of their debut album CareersBeverly is streaming the entire album online. More

Listen: Beverly – “You Can’t Get It Right”

Careers Is Due Out July 1 on Kanine Records

May 01, 2014

Here’s another new track from Beverly. More

Mar 25, 2014

Beverly (featuring Drew Citron and Frankie Rose) will release their debut album Careers via Kanine Records on July 1. More


2016 Artist Survey: Drew Citron of Beverly

Citron on Trump and the Election, Brexit, Bowie, Self-Driving Cars, First Kisses, and Practical Jokes

Jan 04, 2017

For Under the Radar's 14th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2016. We asked them about their favorite albums of the year and their thoughts on various notable 2016 news stories involving either the music industry or world events, as well as some quirkier personal questions.  More


The Blue Swell

The Blue Swell


May 09, 2016

In 2014, Beverly debuted with Careers. It was a collaboration between bandleader Drew Citron and the better-known Frankie Rose, their voices melting together and sounding like one on irresistible cuts such as "Honey Do" and "Madora."  More

Beverly at The Cake Shop During New York Pop Fest, May 28, 2015

May 28th, 2015

Jun 01, 2015

It would be more accurate if NYC Pop Fest were called NYC Guitar Pop Fest but that would be kind of dry and tedious and wouldn't suit the four day celebration at all. More




Jun 30, 2014

The early '90s were a golden age for female-fronted guitar pop bands. Groups like The Blake Babies, that dog, Velocity Girl, or The Darling Buds weren't doing anything as advanced or far-out as what artists like P.J. Harvey, The Breeders, or Liz Phair were up to roundabout the same time, but they filled a need for sunny alternative pop centered on warm, feminine vocals. More