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Captivating the indie scene with rich 80s-tinted melodies and quick-witted lyrics, The Beaches have unleashed their neighbourhood namesake group onto the music world with Eliza Enman-McDaniel (on drums) and Leandra Earl (on keys and guitar) and sisters Jordan and Kylie Miller (on lead vocals/bass and guitar, respectively). They've been named one of Canada's greatest acts by Exclaim magazine, and the proof is in the plays with 6 no. 1 singles on Canadian Alt Radio and their single "Grow Up Tomorrow” at #1 on Alternative & Rock radio in Canada for seven weeks.
Known for their rousing live performances that summon their audience into a realm of intoxicating energy and an undeniable connection, The Beaches have opened for Avril Lavigne, The Rolling Stones, Foo Fighters, Alanis Morissette, The Aces, Passion Pit, and the Eagles of Death Metal, as well as being guest performers at the She Rocks awards in Los Angeles in April 2023. There is no denying their lure on the stage and in everyone's playlists, including the great Elton John, who called their album "Late Show" the "best album of last year." They've sold out two shows at History in Toronto (2400 tickets per night) and received critical acclaim in Prelude Press, KUTX, Indie88, Exclaim, Under The Radar, CBC, Luna Collective, Raydar Mag, and Pop Sugar.
After their 2X Juno wins in Breakthrough Artist (2018) and Rock Album of the Year (2022), it’s apparent that The Beaches are one of Canada’s biggest bands. See them this year at US summer festivals, including Lollapalooza, Boston Calling, Milwaukee Summer Fest, Beach Life and Wanderlust.
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