The Beaches’ new single “Blame Brett” sounds like a catchy, upbeat breakup anthem that is sure to resonate with anyone who has ever been through a tough break-up.
The song is about the singer’s newfound commitment issues, which she blames on her ex-boyfriend Brett. The lyrics are honest and vulnerable, and the singer’s vocals are powerful and emotional. The song’s upbeat tempo and catchy melody make it a fun and cathartic listen, even though it’s about a difficult topic.
The Beaches are a Canadian indie rock band from Toronto. The band consists of four members: Jordan Miller (lead vocals, bass), Kylie Miller (guitar, vocals), Leandra Earl (guitar, vocals), and Eliza Enman-McDaniel (drums, vocals). The band has been together since 2013, and “Blame Brett” is the lead single from The Beaches’ upcoming fourth album, “Blame My Ex,” which is set to be released on September 15, 2023. The album is said to be a concept album about heartbreak and moving on.”Blame Brett” is a great example of The Beaches’ unique sound.
The band blends elements of indie rock, pop, and punk to create a sound that is both catchy and edgy. The Beaches are a talented band with a lot of potential, and I’m excited to see what they do next. In the meantime, get your fix of “Blame Brett” and “Everything Is Boring” below.