Beat Connection Releases New Video and Remixes of ‘Further Out’

By on September 6, 2012

Beat Connection Releases New Video and Remixes of ‘Further Out’  
“easy to swallow but subtly expansive the more you get into it–feel first, think later.” – The FADER
“The Palace Garden, 4am”, a rollicking trifecta of chirpy harmonies, spastic bass, and extraterrestrial-sounding synth.” – Consequence of Sound  

Watch the video for ‘Further Out’ at the IFC premiere or at YouTube

Electro-pop quartet Beat Connection has premiered a new video for ‘Further Out’ with IFC, the latest single off its debutThe Palace Garden LP, out now with Tender Age/Moshi Moshi. The track has been recently remixed by The Whendays, Sun Airway and Cellar, with all versions now available for streaming at SoundCloud. ‘Further Out’ follows Beat Connection’s first single, “The Palace Garden, 4am,” which topped the Hype Machine charts for weeks, and won praise from Pitchfork, Stereogum, BlackBook, and many others. Before the new album’s release, the band embarked on its first North American headlining tour with White Arrows and MMOTHS, including a sold-out NYC performance.

Beat Connection originated in 2008 when members Jordan Koplowitz and Reed Juenger met as freshmen at the University of Washington and started making late-summer-appropriate house music. Creating dorm-room beats and venturing into DJing gigs, together they worked towards their last year’s Surf Noir EP, which received accolades from Pitchfork, KEXP, Death + Taxes, The Seattle Times and The Seattle Weekly, deeming them “Best New Band of 2011.” With the addition of Tom Eddy as lead vocalist, and drummer Jarred Katz, the quartet has arrived with The Palace Garden, and album that finds them meditating on the idea of unattainable beauty, an idea encasing magical evenings, flooding happiness, and heavy regrets.    

The Palace Garden Track Listing

1. New Criteria
2. The Palace Garden, 4am
3. Saola
4. Oeuvreboard
5. Invisbile Cities
6. Trap House
7. Think Feel
8. Foreign Embassy
9. Further Out
10. Other Side of the Sky
11. Sometimes Wonder
12. En Route  

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Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.