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Beach, the Leeds band who have their Lowtalker EP out on Memphis, give us gritty bass tones among a psychedelic haze. The video for ‘Fortune Teller’, the first track on the EP released earlier this year, is a glimpse of what is to come from the band, as they currently are recording a studio album. The lines in ;Fortune Teller’ are druggely catchy, with a video that makes you question whether in fact you are high. Not just another psychedelic indie band, Menace Beach have a quality about their songs that is pop-esque and addictive like no other.

Having recently been added to the Live at Leeds 2014 line up, and supporting label mates Tokyo Police Club on their tour, Menace Beach are popping up all over the place in this coming month.

April 1st : London, Scala w/ Tokyo Police Club
May 3rd :Leeds, Live at Leeds 2014