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Somersault
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Bunny - Powder Blue
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Clash The Truth + Demos
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Beach Fossils
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The Other Side of Life: Piano Ballads...
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What a Pleasure
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Beach House Depression Cherry - Exclu...
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Tender Buttons
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Enter Still B/W Silver Tongue (Transl...
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Where You Been: 30th Anniversary Edit...
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Live Photos of Beach Fossils

Beach Fossils at Charlottesville, VA in Jefferson Theater 2024
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Fan Reviews

Andy
February 23rd 2023
Fantastic event for a good cause! However, was a little bummed that Beach Fossils played a DJ set instead of their usual set. Would love to see them live with their full set!
New York City, NY@
Bowery Ballroom
Bethany
November 18th 2022
Easily the best concert I’ve been to. From start to finish everyone was jumping and moshing and have a great time. The openers were incredible and really got the crowd hype for Beach Fossils.
San Antonio, TX@
Paper Tiger
kylee
June 10th 2020
Loved everything about this concert. The vibes were immaculate. It was actually the first concert I’ve ever been to and for it to be my first band of all time is awesome. Would love to see you guys back in Orlando anytime soon would definitely by more tickets.<3
Orlando, FL@
The Abbey
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About Beach Fossils

The long-awaited return of Brooklyn’s Beach Fossils, Somersault showcases a band in bloom. Charting into new musical territory with a refined songwriting style, it's an album that captures flashes of life in New York grounded in personal experience.

The band’s self-titled 2010 debut established a sound that was both minimal and enveloping. With Somersault, the group’s first release since 2013’s Clash the Truth, Beach Fossils have channeled years of experimentation into expansion and reinvention. Augmented with more complex instrumentation, including string arrangements, piano, harpsichord, flute, and sax, the new songs offer multi-layered pop guided by sharp, poignant, and honest lyrics.

As the band’s first release on Dustin Payseur’s new label Bayonet Records, which he co-owns with wife Kate Garcia—the group made the most of their newfound independence, investing ample time in expanding its range both musically and lyrically. While Payseur handled the bulk of the songwriting duties in the past, Somersault is a true collaboration between the founding member and bandmates, Jack Doyle Smith and Tommy Davidson. The new songs speak to a more fluid, eclectic sound, filled with lush compositions formed by studio experiments and sampling of the band’s own recordings.

Orchestral pop gem “Saint Ivy” shines with plucked strings, buoyant basslines and a propulsive, wayward, guitar. “Tangerine," a driving, tightly wound melody, rushes forward and briefly leaves the ground due to the gossamer guest vocals of Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell. The effervescent “Rise," which hinges on the spoken word of Gavin Mays (Cities Aviv) discussing a failed relationship, hangs, like many recent breakups, in a sense of suspension. The cloudy, wistful “Social Jetlag,” bustling with samples of crowded streets, features the type of candid, off-the-cuff lyrics that make the entire effort immediately illuminating.

Recorded at multiple studios across New York City, a cabin in upstate New York, and even Los Angeles (including the home studio of Jonathan Rado of Foxygen, who helped engineer part of the album), Somersault turns the newfound chemistry between the trio into a sonic tapestry. Due to the variety of sessions and recording locations, the album was a Frankenstein-like series of reworking and reimagining songs. As the group pieced together different parts in a cycle of creation and cooption, and built out more elaborate songs track by track, the process became more reminiscent of a record created via sampling and arranging than one built by simply grinding out riffs. The long-simmering album, filled with breezy music both melancholic and uplifting, sees the band channeling their voices and honing their craft.

Flowing between shimmering compositions and immersive soundscapes, Somersault evokes the laid-back mood of a warm, breezy city night, the air crackling with humidity and excitement. These songs pulse and pull, capturing a blend of promise and heartache. It’s beautiful and layered, a refined, sweeping creation that threads together numerous styles, textures, and themes into a refreshing, singular vision.
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Genres:
Indie Rock, Noise Pop, Alternative, Jangle Pop, Psychedelic Rock, Twee Pop, Rock
Band Members:
Jack Doyle Smith, Dustin Payseur, Tommy Davidson
Hometown:
Brooklyn, New York

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Beach Fossils to play in your city
Request a Show

concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of Beach Fossils

Beach Fossils at Charlottesville, VA in Jefferson Theater 2024
View All Photos

Merch (ad)

Somersault
$18.98
Bunny - Powder Blue
$22.99
Clash The Truth + Demos
$23.99
Beach Fossils
$13.50
The Other Side of Life: Piano Ballads...
$19.99
What a Pleasure
$26.68
Beach House Depression Cherry - Exclu...
$49.99
Tender Buttons
$23.99
Enter Still B/W Silver Tongue (Transl...
$26.47
Where You Been: 30th Anniversary Edit...
$61.04
Beach Fossils's tour

Fan Reviews

Andy
February 23rd 2023
Fantastic event for a good cause! However, was a little bummed that Beach Fossils played a DJ set instead of their usual set. Would love to see them live with their full set!
New York City, NY@
Bowery Ballroom
Bethany
November 18th 2022
Easily the best concert I’ve been to. From start to finish everyone was jumping and moshing and have a great time. The openers were incredible and really got the crowd hype for Beach Fossils.
San Antonio, TX@
Paper Tiger
kylee
June 10th 2020
Loved everything about this concert. The vibes were immaculate. It was actually the first concert I’ve ever been to and for it to be my first band of all time is awesome. Would love to see you guys back in Orlando anytime soon would definitely by more tickets.<3
Orlando, FL@
The Abbey
View More Fan Reviews

About Beach Fossils

The long-awaited return of Brooklyn’s Beach Fossils, Somersault showcases a band in bloom. Charting into new musical territory with a refined songwriting style, it's an album that captures flashes of life in New York grounded in personal experience.

The band’s self-titled 2010 debut established a sound that was both minimal and enveloping. With Somersault, the group’s first release since 2013’s Clash the Truth, Beach Fossils have channeled years of experimentation into expansion and reinvention. Augmented with more complex instrumentation, including string arrangements, piano, harpsichord, flute, and sax, the new songs offer multi-layered pop guided by sharp, poignant, and honest lyrics.

As the band’s first release on Dustin Payseur’s new label Bayonet Records, which he co-owns with wife Kate Garcia—the group made the most of their newfound independence, investing ample time in expanding its range both musically and lyrically. While Payseur handled the bulk of the songwriting duties in the past, Somersault is a true collaboration between the founding member and bandmates, Jack Doyle Smith and Tommy Davidson. The new songs speak to a more fluid, eclectic sound, filled with lush compositions formed by studio experiments and sampling of the band’s own recordings.

Orchestral pop gem “Saint Ivy” shines with plucked strings, buoyant basslines and a propulsive, wayward, guitar. “Tangerine," a driving, tightly wound melody, rushes forward and briefly leaves the ground due to the gossamer guest vocals of Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell. The effervescent “Rise," which hinges on the spoken word of Gavin Mays (Cities Aviv) discussing a failed relationship, hangs, like many recent breakups, in a sense of suspension. The cloudy, wistful “Social Jetlag,” bustling with samples of crowded streets, features the type of candid, off-the-cuff lyrics that make the entire effort immediately illuminating.

Recorded at multiple studios across New York City, a cabin in upstate New York, and even Los Angeles (including the home studio of Jonathan Rado of Foxygen, who helped engineer part of the album), Somersault turns the newfound chemistry between the trio into a sonic tapestry. Due to the variety of sessions and recording locations, the album was a Frankenstein-like series of reworking and reimagining songs. As the group pieced together different parts in a cycle of creation and cooption, and built out more elaborate songs track by track, the process became more reminiscent of a record created via sampling and arranging than one built by simply grinding out riffs. The long-simmering album, filled with breezy music both melancholic and uplifting, sees the band channeling their voices and honing their craft.

Flowing between shimmering compositions and immersive soundscapes, Somersault evokes the laid-back mood of a warm, breezy city night, the air crackling with humidity and excitement. These songs pulse and pull, capturing a blend of promise and heartache. It’s beautiful and layered, a refined, sweeping creation that threads together numerous styles, textures, and themes into a refreshing, singular vision.
Show More
Genres:
Indie Rock, Noise Pop, Alternative, Jangle Pop, Psychedelic Rock, Twee Pop, Rock
Band Members:
Jack Doyle Smith, Dustin Payseur, Tommy Davidson
Hometown:
Brooklyn, New York

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