Listen to five new Beach House songs from eighth album ‘Once Twice Melody’

'Chapter Three' of the upcoming record arrived today (January 19)

Beach House have shared the third batch of songs from their upcoming new album ‘Once Twice Melody’ – listen below.

The Baltimore duo – comprised of Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally – are releasing the follow-up to 2018’s ‘7’ in four separate instalments. They dropped the first four tracks last November, with part two arriving last month.

Today (January 19) Beach House have uploaded ‘Chapter Three’, which is made up of five new cuts: ‘Sunset’, ‘Only You Know’, ‘Another Go Around’, ‘Masquerade’ and ‘Illusion Of Forever’.

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As with the previous chapters, the group’s latest offering arrives with accompanying official visuals. You can tune in below.

The fourth and final chapter of ‘Once Twice Melody’ will come out on February 18, with the physical editions of the album due for release that same day via Bella Union. You can pre-order your copy here.

Beach House will showcase the record during their 2022 UK and European tour this summer. Kicking off in May, the stint includes a headline performance at the O2 Academy Brixton in London (find tickets here).

The full schedule is as follows:

MAY 2021

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21 – The National Stadium, Dublin
23 – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
24 – Manchester Academy, Manchester
26 – O2 Academy Brixton, London
28 – De Roma, Antwerp
30 – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels
31 – L’Olympia, Paris

JUNE 2021

2 – Paloma, Nimes
4 – Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona
7 – Carlswerk Victoria, Cologne
8 – Columbiahalle, Berlin
9 – Falkoner Centre, Copenhagen

Speaking in a new interview with NME, Beach House singer Victoria Legrand described ‘Once Twice Melody’ as “the most all-consuming album that we’ve ever worked on”.

“We became so fully submerged in this universe,” she explained. “By far this was the most intense: we felt like life was rife and we felt completely consumed in our art.”

Legrand added: “There were dangerous elements to it, there were beautiful elements to it – I feel like it was a very challenging album in many ways.”

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