November 23, 2012

LIVESound: Beach Fossils Play Bangkok


Aside from releasing a fierce one-off single, sun-soaked indie pop quartet Beach Fossils took a backseat this year to some extent while guitarist Zachary Cole Smith focused on his new project and 2012 Breakthrough Artist honorees, DIIV. That band has been constantly touring across the country and globe in support of their great debut album, Oshin, released this past summer, with no signs of stopping yet. Last week, however, Beach Fossils decided to leave NYC and take a bit of a work vacation overseas to Asia without their old pal (Jack Doyle of Captured Tracks label mates Craft Spells filled in for Smith's six-stringing instead) where they performed a show at Bangkok's Moonstar Studio. The show's promoters and live archival collective Have You Heard? were there to document what appears to be a pretty stoked and jam-packed crowd, as well as follow the members around the city as they took in its sights, fine scorpion dining and funny-looking fashion. It's all set to the soundtrack of the What A Pleasure cut, "Calyer" below...

Beach Fossils Live In Bangkok

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