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Beach House - 'Myth'

A sky-scrapingly euphoric track

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The teen dream is over: the Baltimore duo have been promising a more nightmarish, death-themed fourth album in the form of ‘Bloom’. But while this first taster is a darker shade than anything on its predecessor, it’s also the most sky-scrapingly euphoric thing they’ve produced to date. Magnificent.

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