Dispatching a powerful sound that is raw, aggressive and immersing, BEACHMASTER combine a melodious core with a gritty, energetic delivery, resulting in songs that brim with sentiment and conviction. The alternative trio have just released their brand new single, Only If You Know – https://youtu.be/_0G1Lg-qVHU
The seeds of BEACHMASTER were originally sown in 2013, however, it wasn’t until 2016 that the band settled on their current and long-standing line-up. Coming at you from the Lake District’s Penrith, BEACHMASTER produce hi-octane alternative cuts woven from a slew of influences from the world of rock, punk and folk.
During the past few years, BEACHMASTER have continually upped their game. The band have wooed audiences throughout the UK, played sessions for BBC Introducing, performed at a series of UK festivals including Kendal Calling, Smugglers, Eden Fest, Call of the Wild and Solfest, and have shared stages with the likes of The Kut, Hardwicke Circus, Black Surf, & Funke and The Two Tone Baby. In September 2017, they released their debut album, Strength in Numbness, to rampant underground support, and earlier in 2019, they released two very well received singles, Not Going Home and Deadly Deadly.
The powerhouse trio have now released their brand new single, Only If You Know, which adeptly showcases the band’s captivating blend of heavy rock and punk rock urgency. Vocalist and Guitarist CJ Zanelli discusses the motivation behind the track: “I usually write songs cryptically in the hope that people will take their own meaning from them, but I wrote ‘Only If You Know’ from my own despondence to the rising levels of disregard towards the environment in my local area and the world at large.”
With a growing fanbase and increasing support from throughout the UK, BEACHMASTER are a band that command your attention. With live shows in the works, along with a UK tour penned for later this year, BEACHMASTER are ready to take flight.
BEACHMASTER live in October: 3rd, Fell Bar, Penrith (w/ Black Surf); 4th, Central Bar, Gateshead (w/ Edge of Obsidian, Black Surf, Men Behind the Sun); 5th, Warwick Bazaar, Carlisle (w/ Black Surf); 10th, Retro Bar, Manchester (w/ Swamp Chicken, Somewhere in Between); 11th, Fury’s Nightclub, Ayr (w/ The Belafonte, Brothers); 12th, The Box, Glasgow (w/ Jamie Woods, X-Men B-Team)