Beach House Releases Short Film [WATCH]

February 6, 2013 -

Daily Beat Staff

Beach House, a indie-pop duo from Baltimore, recently released a short film that perfectly captures the artistic, dream-like qualities of the band and of their genre. The film takes place in the American Southwest, and features some extraordinary cinematography. The several songs they perform over the course of the short film are broken up by footage of long roads, darkened landscapes, and dilapidated towns. One can only hope that this film sets a new, more artful standard for music videos, because this one is a pleasure to watch, even if you're not a Beach House fan. Check it out below, and definitely look up some of their other work.


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