Photo Credit: Becca Hamel


Alt-pop four piece, The Beaches, release their latest single, “Grow Up Tomorrow.” Perfectly encompassing what it feels like to be young, carefree, and reckless, “Grow up tomorrow is a summer banger about being in a state of arrested development but enjoying the hell out of it.” 

The track begins with a captivating guitar line that is later joined by high-tempo percussion and an occasional whistle that, when paired with lyrics like, “God I think I lost my cellphone / Don’t know how I’m gonna find my way home,” revels in the feeling of consequence-free youth.

The accompanying music video, directed by Ievy Stamatov, depicts a hazy, late night, no-boys-allowed party scene complete with red solo cups, glittery eyeshadow, and a view through rose-coloured glasses. The Beaches describe their vision for the music video:

“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. I’ve recently come into my own in the queer community (Leandra), 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.”

Named after the neighbourhood they lived in, The Beaches is composed of lead vocalist/bassist Jordan Miller, guitarist Kylie Miller, keyboardist/guitarist Leandra Earl, and drummer Eliza Enman-McDaniel. As self-proclaimed lifers, The Beaches forfeited a typical university experience to pursue their careers in music – a topic that is often addressed in their lyrics.

Taking inspiration from artists like Muna, Dayglow, Coin, Olivia Rodrigo, Girl in Red, Wet Leg, Wolf Alice, and The Strokes, The Beaches believe their upcoming releases will be a new direction for them: “We’re not abandoning our rock ‘n ’roll roots, but for this next chapter of our career we wanted to take ourselves less seriously, have fun, and be less precious with the musical ideas we pursue.”

After releasing their self-titled EP in 2013, the group landed a major label deal with Island Records in 2016. Under Island Records they released their debut album Late Show as well as their next two EPs, The Professional (2019) and Future Lovers (2021), which were later combined for a full-length release called Sisters Not Twins (The Professional Lovers Albums) in 2022. 


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