Beechwood Announce New Album ‘Inside the Flesh Hotel’

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NYC PSYCH/POP/GLAM BAND BEECHWOOD OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCE NEW LP

INSIDE THE FLESH HOTEL DUE OUT JUNE 8 ON ALIVE NATURALSOUND

SHARE NEW SINGLES AT BANDSINTOWN & NEW NOISE MAGAZINE

NYC psych/pop/glam band, Beechwood, have officially announced their new LP, Inside the Flesh Hotel, due out June 8th on Alive Naturalsound. The lead single, “Bigot In My Bedroom” recently premiered at Bandsintown, who called the song “an upbeat masterpiece” with “spirited coos and handclaps.” New Noise Magazine also premiered the band’s latest single, “Nero,” calling it “gritty and captivating.” With the recently released Songs From the Land of Nod LP garnering enthusiastic reviews across the board (Stereogum, PAPER, The Village Voice, AllMusic, The Deli Magazine & more) Beechwood deliver their follow-up, with stronger production and even catchier pop songs.

From two-minute pop perfection, to the sound of drug-induced nightmare psychoses, the trio’s music hits you where it hurts. Gordon Lawrence (guitar/vox), Isa Tineo (drums/vox) and Sid Simons (bass/vox) are drawing their rock n’roll line in the dirt… Which side are you on?

Beechwood are currently gearing up for a European tour, kicking it off in Paris, May 25th (dates listed below)…

EUROPEAN TOUR DATES

May 25 @ Quotidien TV appearance — Paris, FR

May 26 @ Jokers Pub — Angers, FR

May 28 @ La Cave Aux Poètes — Roubaix, FR

May 31 @ Club Supersonic — Paris, FR

June 1 @ Vera — Groningen, NL

June 2 @ Druckluft — Oberhausen, DE

June 3 @ Paradiso Noord — Amsterdam, NL

June 5 @ Kurzbar — Mannheim, DE

June 7 @ Shackwell Arms — London, UK

More dates TBA…

BEECHWOOD is :

Gordon Lawrence (guitar/vocals)
Isa Tineo (drums/vocals)
Sid Simons (bass)

Inside the Flesh Hotel is out June 8, 2018 on VINYL, CD DIGIPAK and DIGITAL...

They run a pretty wide gamut of scuzz from garage to glam to punk to indie that’s not that easy to date.” – Stereogum
Rife with prolific creativity, youth, and constant change … Beechwood exude an honest cool that can’t be bought.” – The Village Voice
“[Beechwood] have always had a talent for pulling back the curtain to reveal the dark underbelly of humanity.” – PAPER
Spirited coos and handclaps … an upbeat masterpiece.” – Bandsintown
Psychedelic, fuzzed out and rocked up.” – Loudwire
Generating a sound and feel at once stoned, cocky, and aggressive.” – iTunes
“Dirty, streetwise rock & roll, but with a tone of stoned bemusement and unexpected melodic refinement.” – AllMusic
“... a breezy slice of sweet pop that recalls the best moments of the Zombies and Beach Boys.” – PopMatters
Easy psychedelia and vintage sounding looseness.” – The Deli Magazine
Nostalgic sting of ’90s glam punk … raw back-to-basics sound.” – Spill Magazine
Dead set on proving that punk is alive and thriving.” – Bullett
What a bunch of punks.” – NY Daily News

RIYL: T.Rex, Foxygen, Nap Eyes, Rolling Stones, Bowie, The Stooges,Faces, The Velvet Underground, The Kinks

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