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Beach House Release New Track Lemon Glow

Thursday, 15 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Beach House have released a new track, Lemon Glow.

It will feature on their upcoming album, which is expected this spring. The track marks the Baltimore band's first new material since Chariot and Baseball Diamond, both of which featured on last summer's ‘B-Sides and Rarities’ compilation.

Prior to this, Beach House last released two studio albums, 'Depression Cherry’ and ‘Thank Your Lucky Stars’, in 2015.





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