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Beach House is the type of band you want to listen to while you curl up in your bed and dwell on the good times that were had. Or just to listen to while your hang over washes over you. Either way you listen, Beach House will bring you some sort of dreamy joy that allows you to step back from the madness and breathe.
“Dive” starts out as most Beach House songs do, slow and filled with melancholy experiences. I use experience because listening to them is just that. An experience. Beach House rarely strays from their distinct sound, and that’s why they’re so widely loved. If you like one song, you will more often like an entire album. In other words, if you like albums like “Depression Cherry” or “Teen Dream”. “Dive” will slide right into your newest “chill” playlist.
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The only real difference I hear in this track in reference to their others is the strangely abrupt ending. The song builds slowly from dream pop to noise pop to a more experimental sound. From about half way through, until the ending the song is tied with many instruments, guitars, drums, bass, and a ton of pedals to get that true Beach House sound, and lyrics saying “lost in confusion”. Just when you think we’re going to get a calming ending, or maybe revert back to the intro. The song simply ends. Leaving us wanting more, and maybe that’s them saying. “Hey, here’s a track to hold you over, there’s more on the way.” Although I haven’t yet heard of a release date for a new album. This track can give us some insight on what to expect if there is a new Beach House release.
I am currently a senior at Florida State University, majoring in editing, writing, and media and have a minor in education. I’m also an intern for Vergecampus FSU.