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Beach House Share Video for “Pay No Mind”

7 Out Now via Sub Pop

Nov 15, 2018
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Baltimore duo Beach House (Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally) released a new album, 7 (titled as such because it's their seventh album), back in May via Sub Pop. It was our Album of the Week. Now they have shared a video for "Pay No Mind." Michael Hirsch directed the clip, which features live and touring footage of the band filmed over a three-year period. Watch it below.

Beach House had this to say about the video in its YouTube description: "This 'Pay No Mind' video is directed by our friend Michael Hirsch. We've been lucky to have friends join us on the road over the years. They've helped us stay sane through all the hard touring. Mike recorded this footage between 2015-2018, and it documents many live performances over that time. We like how it focuses on the audience, as they are the whole reason we go on tour. We also like that it shows some of the scuzzy reality of tour. Thank you, Michael!"

Read our recent exclusive interview with Beach House on 7.

Previously Beach House shared the album's "Lemon Glow" (which was one of our Songs of the Week) and "Dive" (which was also one of our Songs of the Week), as well as a video for "Dive." (They also released a lengthy statement about the album.) Then they shared the album's third single, "Dark Spring," via a visually arresting video for the song. "Dark Spring" was our #1 Song of the Week. Then they shared "Black Car," which was also our #1 Song of the Week. The band also stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform "Drunk in LA."  Then they shared a video for "Black Car," a video for "Drunk in LA" directed by Sonic Boom (aka Pete Kember, formerly of Spacemen 3), and a remix of "Black Car" by Sonic Boom. They also released the non-album track "Alien" (which was one of our Songs of the Week).

Beach House put out two albums in 2015: Depression Cherry and Thank Your Lucky Stars, both via Sub Pop. In 2017 they released a B-sides and rarities compilation, fittingly titled B-Sides and Rarities, also via Sub Pop.

Read our review of 7.

Read our 2017 interview with Beach House on B-Sides and Rarities.

Also read our 2015 interview with Beach House's Victoria Legrand about Depression Cherry.

Beach House Tour Dates:

Australian Tour 2019:

Feb. 26 - Brisbane, AU - The Triffid
Feb. 28 - Perth, AU - Perth Festival
Mar. 04 - Sydney, AU - Enmore Theatre
Mar. 06 - Adelaide, AU - RCC Fringe - University of Adelaide
Mar. 08 - Melbourne, AU - Forum Melbourne
Mar. 09 - Victoria, AU - Golden Plains Festival

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