Beachheads (ft. 2 members of Kverlertak) release new single "Una"via| Rockest Record on Radio

Beachheads (ft. 2 members of Kverlertak) release new single "Una"via| Rockest Record on Radio

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stream new single “Una”

Announce debut album for February 3rd on Fysisk Format

Heartfelt punk-rock / power-pop from members of Kverlertak

Stream the brilliant single “Your Highness” HERE

Watch the video for “Moment Of Truth”

Beachheads have released another single from their upcoming debut album. “Una” is a song about “instant love” with Stereogum writing that they have been “blown away by Beachheads”.
Beachheads will release their debut on Fysisk Format on February 3rd.

The spark that became Beachheads was first ignited on a tour bus, as Kvelertak members Vidar (guitar) and Marvin (bass) fantasized about the endless potential of fuzzy guitars, energetic drums and strong melodies. The two hard-working Kvelertak musicians had little time off, and Beachheads endured as more of a dream for their days off, rather than the real band they wished for.
After a demo session a couple of years back they hooked up with Stavanger-locals Espen, a metal drummer with a pop heart, and former synth-pop-singer Børild. Together they knocked out three single tracks that quickly made a mark on playlists on both Norwegian and British national radio. The sudden success and interest came as a surprise for Beachheads who had no big plans, except for “maybe recording an album sometime”.
It soon became apparent that Børild’s drawer full of lyrics would be one of the main assets of the band. Having recently lived through the passing of his father, Børild, as the youngest son in the family has a lot to express. You have all kinds of poets, but Børild is definitely of the honest, direct kind. Whether it’s the hard realism in the grieving lyrics of Despair, Procession or Treasure Chest or the more amorous lyrics of Una, it is all delivered with an unusual honesty, the mark of a singer with a true message.
Beachheads is the kind of band that will stay with you through life’s many twists and turns. The track sequence manifests life’s unpredictability and sharp contrasts, going from classic love songs to moments of deep despair. The album is brimmed with the sense a euphoric companionship, the power of trusting yourself and following your heart. Through the twelve tracks Børild establishes an ideal for us all: Truthfulness and honesty will get you through anything.
The album was recorded in Beachheads’ hometown Stavanger and mixed by Øystein Frantzvåg in Oslo studio Nabolaget.
Artwork by Ryan Patterson with photography by Arne Bru Haug.
01. Moment of Truth 2:44
02. Break Me Down 2:49
03. Your Highness 2:24
04. Despair 1:51
05. Una 3:34
06. Give Me Some Love 4:00
07. Reverberations 3:47
08. Procession 2:38
09. Treasure Chest 2:47
10. Monologues 1:55
11. Addiction Not Love 2:46
12. It Feels Alright

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Beachheads (ft. 2 members of Kverlertak) release new single "Una"via| Rockest Record on Radio