With a reputation built on haunting, emotionally resonant live performances, this US duo have quietly become one of the
alt-indie scene's most popular bands. Having crashed the UK Top 20 with their critically-acclaimed 2012 album Bloom,
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Singer Victoria Legrand and musical all-rounder Alex Scally initially started the band in 2004 as a recording project centred
on the stirring sounds of the organ and programmed drums. Soon they were attracting the attention of Pitchfork, which
showcased the group on a mixtape in 2006. The influential site went on to list the band's self-titled debut among its best
albums of the year, praising its evocative minimalist songs and melding of influences. Like its celebrated follow-up Devotion,
Beach House failed to dent the charts but garnered a growing following among bloggers and switched-on music fans as
their gigs grew in popularity and stature over the following months.
By the time third LP Teen Dream appeared in 2010, the two-piece were attracting the attention of the mainstream,
not least due to the fact hip-hop's first couple Jay-Z and Beyonce were spotted at one of their gigs. With a groundswell of
critical opinion behind them, it was almost inevitable that 2012 LP Bloom would capture the hearts of the mainstream,
becoming their fastest-selling and highest-charting record to date.
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After buying Beach House tickets on StubHub UK, why not check out other leading lights of the alternative scene, such as
experimental legends Yo La Tengo or minimalist maestros The xx, live?