As natives to the subtropic flatlands of South Florida, do we ever really grow tired of sun-soaked afternoons on the sand spent gazing up at the swaying palm trees and clear blue skies?
We didn't think so, and neither do the Hollywood trio of power-pop garage rockers, Beach Day, who derive their name and much of their bouncy, gritty sound from those blissful surfside afternoons.
With the June 18 release of their debut full-length, Trip Trap Attack, right around the corner, and a summer tour across the U.S. just underway, Spin magazine posted a teaser Beach Day track on SoundCloud, with the first 100 downloads free.
"Stay" has the group's signature combination of irresistibly sweet '60s girl group vocals plus tons of playful percussion and that fuzzy guitar we love so much. Check it out below.
More great news: Beach Day will play a free show this Tuesday at the new Indie Ladies Night at the Dubliner in Fort Lauderdale. Cute girls on guitar, cute girls getting' their free drink on? Is it summer break yet, coz we're totally ready for a beach day.
Beach Day. 10 p.m., May 28, at Dubliner, 210 SW 2nd Street, Fort Lauderdale. Entrance is free; ladies drink free 10 p.m. to midnight. Visit Facebook.
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