Beach House Share Video Comprised of Three Years of Tour Footage

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Jasmine Albertson
photo by Eric Tra

Baltimore dream pop duo Beach House released their enchanting seventh studio album, 7, earlier this year. Today, they’ve shared a video for album track “Pay No Mind” that compiles footage from the band’s tours dating from 2015-2018.

“This ‘Pay No Mind’ video is directed by our friend Michael Hirsch,” says the band in a statement. “We’ve been lucky to have friends join us on the road over the years. They’ve helped us stay sane through all the hard touring. Mike recorded this footage between 2015-2018, and it documents many live performances over that time. We like how it focuses on the audience, as they are the whole reason we go on tour. We also like that it shows some of the scuzzy reality of tour.”

Watch the video for “Pay No Mind” below.

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