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THE BEACHES AND THEIR BITCHES


If you haven't heard Island's recently signed rock group, The Beaches, yet, get to it, buddy. The all-female, Canadian quartet—made up of sisters Jordan and Kylie Miller, Eliza Enman McDaniel and Leandra Earl—is helping bring hope back to the genre with their stylish (and arguably poppy) take on garage sounds. So don't hold their involvement with these hopeless dweebs against them. Seen desperately trying to up her cool factor is bespectacled HITS Editor Samantha Hissong—donning her best "I've-only-had-three-cups-of-coffee-today" outfit—as well as managers Jon Kalter and Marc Pollack.

The band, seen post-gig with Kalter and Superfruit/Pentatonix members Scott Hoying and Mitch Grassi below, opened for Death From Above 1979 at The Novo in L.A. last night. Their vibrant set included an array of body-shaking gems from their debut full-length, Late Show, which dropped last month. Standouts included "Money," "T-Shirt" and "Gold" as well as 2016 single "Give It Up." Follow the links for some fun music video action, or click here to hear the album on Spotify.

FYI, they've got three U.S. dates left, before they wrap this round of touring up in the homeland. Mosey on over here for those deets.

CHART STORY: ASTRONOMICAL NUMBERS
Second biggest debut of 2018 (8/13a)
ROCK IN THE STREAM
Imagine that. (8/13a)
QUEEN'S ARRIVAL
She came, she rapped, she conquered. (8/13a)
HITS LIST:
AN AMUSEMENT PARK OF MUSIC-BIZ
THRILL RIDES
Insert your E Ticket quips right here. (8/13a)
HITS' 32ND ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
Or as it's known in the trade-publishing world, Doorstop 2.0.
THE A&R EXECS
That stands for Artists and Repertoire, in case you were wondering.
PIZZA AND MARKETSHARE
I'm winning this one.
THE BOILER ROOM
It's the new tape room.
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