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The Beaches’ new single ‘Grow Up Tomorrow’ is about being young and reckless

Toronto alt-pop outfit The Beaches are back with a new single, “Grow Up Tomorrow.”

The fun-loving summer anthem is all about being young and carefree. Co-produced by Gus Van Go and Lowell, “Grow Up Tomorrow” is a catchy tune about being a young adult borrowing money, delaying laundry, and living in a basement. Directed by Ievy Stamtov, the accompanying video sees The Beaches at a hazy no-boys-allowed party with red solo cups in hand.

“‘Grow Up Tomorrow’ is a summer banger about being in a state of arrested development but enjoying the hell out of it,” The Beaches explain.

Listen to “Grow Up Tomorrow” below.

“Since the song is such a fun bop we wanted to represent it in the only way we know how: by throwing a house party with all of our closest friends,” The Beaches’ Leandra explains of the “Grow Up Tomorrow” video. “I’ve recently come into my own in the queer community, who have welcomed me with open arms, so I wanted to make sure we represented this new, big part of my life in the video.”

The Beaches are headed out on tour. Check out the dates below.

The Beaches Tour Dates:

Niagara on the Lake, ON @ Jackson Triggs – July 30
Toronto, ON @ History – August 5
Toronto, ON @ History – August 6
Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere Rooftop – August 9
Nantucket, MA @ The Gaslight – August 10 & 11
Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall – August 13
Bethlehem, PA @ Musikfest – August 14
Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade – October 7
Ringold, GA @ Rabbit Valley Festival – October 8
Nashville, TN @ The Basement – October 9
Washington, DC @ Pearl Street Warehouse – October 11
Philadelphia, PA @ Dolphin Tavern – October 12
Chicago, IL @ Schubas – October 21
Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups – October 22
Detroit, MI @ The Underground – October 23

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