The Beaches Share New Single “Orpheus”

Following the release of their summer-ready brand new single Grow Up Tomorrow, award-winning rock four piece, The Beaches, share their cleverly-spun ode to the Greek mythological figure, Orpheus. The band infuses Orpheus with dreamy synths and an energetic beat, introducing an indie-pop inflection to their catalog, and reimagine their lover as the ill-fated musician of the same name.

In a press release, lead singer, Jordan Miller explains: “I’ve always been interested in Greek myths. One of my favourites is the Orpheus legend, a story about an artist who is so in love with his deceased wife that he tries to bring her back to life, only to lose her again. There’s a lot about the story that resonates with me, especially when I think about past loves. It’s tempting to look back and put people on pedestals, but when you always look back you can never look forward and see what beautiful things might be coming for you.”

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