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Beach House deliver dreamy performance of ‘Superstar’ on ‘Colbert’

Beach House took to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert last night (May 19th), where they performed “Superstar.”

The track comes from their recent album, Once Twice Melody, which comes from the double album that they released in four chapters. While promoting the album, they stopped by Colbert to deliver a performance of the celestial track, “Superstar.”

Channeling their quintessential sound, Beach House took to the stage lit in silhouette. With pulsing lights, Beach House performed along to the track, and as it grew and grew, white strobes began to flash on their faces.

Watch Beach House’s performance of “Superstar” below.

Beach House’s huge double album, Once Twice Melody, is made up of a whopping 18 tracks. The sprawling record is packed with all the lush shoegaze music you could ask for. Serving as the follow-up to 2018’s 7, this epic album is definitely a feat to listen to. Despite being lengthy, the record is all about the sprawl, as Beach House lean into everything from ballads to lullabies to synth-driven anthems.

marks the first record Beach House produced entirely themselves. It also features a live string ensemble and arrangements from Dave Campbell. Alan Moulder mixed the album with Caesar Edmunds, Trevor Spencer, and Dave Fridmann.

The Baltimore duo’s first four tunes from the album channel their quintessential celestial sound. Most of the tunes revolve around twinkling melodies and ethereal organs. “Superstar” is a big stand out, with more of a shadowy sound than the rest.

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