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Beau — That Thing Reality (Deluxe Edition) (March 11, 2016)

Beau — That Thing Reality (Deluxe Edition) (March 11, 2016)

          Beau — That Thing Reality (Deluxe Edition) )
Ξ   Beau casts a spell on us with their upcoming debut album...
Ξ   Two young singers who are quite talented. Worth the look. Try it out on YouTube. I think you’ll be impressed.Location: Brooklyn, New York City, NY, U.S.
Genre: Indie Pop, Folk Rock, Female Vocal
Album release: March 11, 2016
Record Label: Kitsune
Duration:     51:20
01. C mon Please
02. Jane Hotel
03. Mosquito
04. One Wing
05. Animal Kingdom
06. Oceans
07. Leave Me Be
08. Roam
09. Sweet Lips
10. Soar Across the Sea
11. Sleep Deprived
12. Lullaby
13. Fire (Bonus Track)
14. Not So Pretty City (Bonus Track)
15. Foggy Love Head (Bonus Track)
Ξ   Heather Golden Schwalb
Ξ   Emma Rose JenneyReview
By Gillian Sagansky, March 10, 2016 6:53 PM
Ξ   After childhood best friends Heather Goldin and Emma Rose enrolled in a guitar class when they were 12, it was only a matter of time before songwriting became their daily after~school activity in Rose’s Greenwich Village basement. “It was just the way we dealt with everything,” explained Goldin, 21, who is the vocalist in their folk rock band Beau.
Ξ   When the duo release their debut album That Thing Reality on Thursday, it will double as a memoir of the past eight years, before Beau ever came into view. “Those songs were never written for the world to listen to,” Goldin explained. “We wrote them for ourselves.”
Ξ   Not only were the tracks penned in bedrooms and bathtubs, but the band counted on a network of creative friends in New York to help the album come to life: Ryan McGinley shot the cover, India Menuez let them test~drive their new songs at her gallery openings, and the band Miike Snow has hired them to open for their American tour, before Beau head to Europe for their own headline tour later this month.
Ξ   Then there was the time three years ago when the girls’ mellifluous, lazy Sunday rock caught the attention of another close friend: Andre Saraiva, who booked them to perform at his Paris club Le Baron. Soon after, he introduced them to Gildas Loaëc, the owner of the French music label Kitsuné, who signed them on the spot, much to the girls’ surprise.
Ξ   “We never thought about getting signed before,” said Rose, 20, who is Beau’s guitarist. “We thought it was a joke.”
Ξ   “We sat on these pretty chairs in our dirty trench coats, not understanding what was going on,” Goldin recalled of their visit to the Kitsuné headquarters in Paris. “We do everything together, and now we’ve signed our writing souls over to each other.”
The girls have since embraced their rising profile. They sat front row at the Chloe show last fall, and played the after~party. (“We just tried not to sweat in these beautiful silk gowns,” Rose said). They count male rock stars like David Bowie, Jeff Buckley, and Robert Plant as their main sartorial influence because “it goes with the ‘beau’ thing — we’re kind of handsome,” Rose explained. She’s the self~appointed tomboy of the duo, whereas Goldin takes more risks: “I wore a Gucci bucket hat during New York Fashion Week,” she said. “It got me into all the parties.”  Ξ   Ξ   http://www.wmagazine.com/
Ξ   Heather Golden Schwalb and Emma Rose Jenney were in Europe, on tour with their band, Beau, on Friday, November 13. That was the same day that terrorists in Paris launched a series of coordinated attacks that included the massacre of some 90 music fans at Le Bataclan — a packed concert venue where American rock band Eagles of Death Metal were about to take the stage. Beau were scheduled to play a festival in France the next day; instead they holed up in Holland until it was safe to make an exit, cutting the tour a bit short. The girls are barely into their twenties, but that icy grip of fear felt eerily familiar: Born and raised in Manhattan, they vividly remembered all too well that such a thing could happen on American. soil. “There was this feeling of helplessness. Musicians, and fans of musicians, young people, old people… everyone was targeted. There was nowhere safe to be,” recalls Golden Schwalb. “That feeling is something I think we really related to because we were here for 9/11.”
Ξ   Jenney adds, “I don’t think I’ve ever felt so connected to an attack since 9/11. It was heartbreaking and difficult and shocking. Our families were worried.”  Ξ   http://www.villagevoice.com/
By François Castrillo
Ξ   http://www.numero.com/en/music/beau-band-kitsune-EP-Heather-Golden-Emma-Rose#_

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