TORONTO, ON – May 26, 2023 – Last month, The Beaches teased their forthcoming new album, Blame My Ex (set for release on September 15 and available to pre-order here), by dropping the melodic ode-to-an-empty-feeling, Everything Is Boring. Now, the band returns with a new version of the lead single, freshly remixed by acclaimed alt-pop quartet, The Aces. Listen to Everything Is Boring (The Aces Remix) here

With their new album, Blame My Ex – their first independent album – The Beaches crack their upbeat, brazen shell to reveal a more vulnerable inside. Eliza Enman-McDaniel (drums), Leandra Earl (keys/guitar), and sisters, Jordan and Kylie Miller (lead vocals/bass and guitar respectively) are letting a real-life heartache lead the way. When the heart splits open, it unleashes all kinds of love; from platonic to queer and everything in between. The Beaches uncover it all on this album, while managing to keep it “equal parts silly party beaches, and heartbroken emotional girls,” says guitarist, Kylie Miller.

Everything is Boring (The Aces Remix) single artwork

The band paired with executive producer, Lowell (Madison Beer, Nessa Barrett), JUNO-nominated producer, Gus Van Go (Arkells, Sam Roberts), and producer, Sam Willows (Ruby Waters), to maintain their electric spirit. They’ve been dead-set on focusing on songwriting and melody to channel their live energy into this album for a more authentic sound. Known for their rousing live performances that invite their audience into their realm of intoxicating energy backed by an undeniable connection, The Beaches have opened for Avril Lavigne, The Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters, Alanis Morissette, The Aces, Passion Pit, and the Eagles of Death Metal, as well as being guest performers at the She Rocks Awards in Los Angeles in April 2023. There is no denying their lure on the stage and in everyone’s playlists, including the great Elton John, who declared, “love them, love them, love them!”

They’ve sold out two hometown Toronto shows at History and received acclaim in Prelude Press, KUTX, Indie88, Exclaim, Under The Radar, CBC, Luna Collective, Raydar Mag, and Pop Sugar. The proof is in the plays with six #1 singles on Canadian Alt Radio, and their 2022 single Grow Up Tomorrow at #1 on Alternative & Rock radio in Canada for seven weeks. The band will be hitting the road this fall on their 2023 headlining tour, which kicks off on October 8 after they wrap the summer festival circuit. See below for full tour details and get tickets here.

May 26-28 – Allston, MA @ Boston Calling Festival
June 9 – Simcoe, ON @ Norfolk County Fair
June 23 – St. John’s, NL @ Iceberg Alley Performance Tent

July 6 – Saskatoon, SK @ SaskJazz 2023
July 8 – Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest
July 8-9 – Kirtland, OH @ Wonderstruck (Cleveland)
July 14 – Buffalo, NY @ Cobblestone Live Music & Arts Festival
July 15 – Ottawa, ON @ Hope Volleyball Summerfest
August 3 – Chicago, IL @ Lollapalooza
August 5 – Saint John, NB @ Area 506 Festival
September 8-9 – Sarnia, ON @ Sarnia Block Party
October 8  Milwaukee, WI @ The Cooperage
October 11  Nashville, TN @ The East Room
October 12  Atlanta, GA @ Aisle 5
October 13  Charleston, SC @ The Charleston Pour House
October 15  Washington, DC @ Pearl Street Warehouse
October 16  Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
October 17  New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge
October 18  Boston, MA @ Crystal Ballroom
October 20 – Halifax, NS @ Light House Arts Centre October
October 21 – Moncton, NB @ Tide and Boar
October 26 – Kitchener, ON @ Centre in The Square
October 27 – Hamilton, ON @ FirstOntario Concert Hall
October 28 – Montreal, QC @ M Telus
October 30 – Kingston, ON @ Ale House
November 1 – Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
November 2 – Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
November 5 – Winnipeg, MB @ Burton Cummings Theatre
November 8 – Edmonton, AB @ Midway Music Hall
November 9 – Calgary, AB @ MacEwan Hall
November 10 – Kelowna, BC @ Kelowna Community Theatre
November 12 – Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum
November 13 – Victoria, BC @ Royal Theatre

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