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Beams Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Beams Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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Walsh
October 25th 2018
Great set. Thanks for the early show!
Toronto, Canada@
Monarch Tavern
Barry
September 21st 2016
Great show and fun set list
Cleveland, OH@
Coda

About Beams

Beams is a psychedelic folk-rock band that formed in 2011 in Toronto, Canada. Their beguiling sound pairs the stunning harmonization of female voices with the shimmering textures of banjo and vibraphone, earning them comparisons to artists ranging from Wilco, Fleetwood Mac and Kate Bush, to Big Thief, Waxahatchee, and Kevin Morby. The six-member group has toured across North America, and released their third full-length, Ego Death on March 23rd 2020 along with an accompanying concert film/documentary.


Ego Death sees Beams moving in a bold new sonic direction – one that puts loud guitars centre-stage, but still makes room for the airy acoustic instrumentation that defined its sound until now. This evolution was the result of singer/songwriter Anna Mernieks-Duffield choosing to move from banjo to electric guitar and take a bigger role at centre stage — a move supported by the rest of the band. Anna and vocalist Heather Mazhar’s harmonies remain Beams’ calling card, while the psychedelic textures blend with irresistible melodies to transport listeners to a higher plane.





The band connected with acclaimed producer Peter J. Moore (Cowboy Junkies, The Sadies) for their debut album, 2013’s Just Rivers. The success of that record helped the band break out of Canada and into the US market, where they have become an audience favourite. That led to a connection with Chicago post-rock pioneer John McEntire (Tortoise, Broken Social Scene), who tracked their 2015 single, “The Gutters and the Glass.” For their second album, Teach Me to Love (2018), Beams decamped to Toronto studio Union Sound Company (METZ, Weaves). While that record was the product of crisis and trauma, Ego Death is the joyful sound of recovery. The band is currently finishing recording LP4 with Kevin McMahon (Swans, Real Estate, Titus Andronicus) with plans to release in 2023
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Genres:
Indie Folk, Psych Folk
Hometown:
Toronto, Canada

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Concerts and tour dates

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Beams's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Walsh
October 25th 2018
Great set. Thanks for the early show!
Toronto, Canada@
Monarch Tavern
Barry
September 21st 2016
Great show and fun set list
Cleveland, OH@
Coda

About Beams

Beams is a psychedelic folk-rock band that formed in 2011 in Toronto, Canada. Their beguiling sound pairs the stunning harmonization of female voices with the shimmering textures of banjo and vibraphone, earning them comparisons to artists ranging from Wilco, Fleetwood Mac and Kate Bush, to Big Thief, Waxahatchee, and Kevin Morby. The six-member group has toured across North America, and released their third full-length, Ego Death on March 23rd 2020 along with an accompanying concert film/documentary.


Ego Death sees Beams moving in a bold new sonic direction – one that puts loud guitars centre-stage, but still makes room for the airy acoustic instrumentation that defined its sound until now. This evolution was the result of singer/songwriter Anna Mernieks-Duffield choosing to move from banjo to electric guitar and take a bigger role at centre stage — a move supported by the rest of the band. Anna and vocalist Heather Mazhar’s harmonies remain Beams’ calling card, while the psychedelic textures blend with irresistible melodies to transport listeners to a higher plane.





The band connected with acclaimed producer Peter J. Moore (Cowboy Junkies, The Sadies) for their debut album, 2013’s Just Rivers. The success of that record helped the band break out of Canada and into the US market, where they have become an audience favourite. That led to a connection with Chicago post-rock pioneer John McEntire (Tortoise, Broken Social Scene), who tracked their 2015 single, “The Gutters and the Glass.” For their second album, Teach Me to Love (2018), Beams decamped to Toronto studio Union Sound Company (METZ, Weaves). While that record was the product of crisis and trauma, Ego Death is the joyful sound of recovery. The band is currently finishing recording LP4 with Kevin McMahon (Swans, Real Estate, Titus Andronicus) with plans to release in 2023
Show More
Genres:
Indie Folk, Psych Folk
Hometown:
Toronto, Canada

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