Video: Beach House – Walk in the Park

This is the band that I'm currently in love with. They'll be coming to my town in January. Yesyesyes, I surely will go see 'em. If they come to your city, I suggest you go, too. Why? Here's one solid confession from an eyewitness:
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This is the band that I’m currently in love with. They’ll be coming to my town in January. Yesyesyes, I surely will go see ’em. If they come to your city, I suggest you go, too. Why? Here’s one solid confession from an eyewitness:

I suppose everyone’s definition of a good live show is different, but I saw them last night and I was transfixed the entire time. It was a dream I didn’t want to wake from, happy and sad memories flooding back. I closed my eyes for half the show and just let the sound wash over me. When I opened them, I would see the rest of the crowd doing the same…

And below is a sneak peek of a few of their intimate live shows, performing one of my favourite songs, “Walk in the Park” in different occasions.

Front page photo, borrowed from It Sounded Sweet; main page photo, borrowed from NME

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Rudolf Dethu

Rudolf Dethu

Music journalist, writer, radio DJ, socio-political activist, creative industry leader, and a qualified librarian, Rudolf Dethu is heavily under the influence of the punk rock philosophy. Often tagged as this country’s version of Malcolm McLaren—or as Rolling Stone Indonesia put it ‘the grand master of music propaganda’—a name based on his successes when managing Bali’s two favourite bands, Superman Is Dead and Navicula, both who have become two of the nation’s biggest rock bands.
Rudolf Dethu

Rudolf Dethu

Music journalist, writer, radio DJ, socio-political activist, creative industry leader, and a qualified librarian, Rudolf Dethu is heavily under the influence of the punk rock philosophy. Often tagged as this country’s version of Malcolm McLaren—or as Rolling Stone Indonesia put it ‘the grand master of music propaganda’—a name based on his successes when managing Bali’s two favourite bands, Superman Is Dead and Navicula, both who have become two of the nation’s biggest rock bands.

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