Beginning as Dustin Payseur's bedroom pop project, Brooklyn's Beach Fossils showed an immediate knack for jangly lo-fi gems, with 2010’s 'Daydream’ delivering them instant hype band status. Since then, they've continued to knock out slacker pop gems and have expanded their lineup to include four touring members. This year's Clash the Truth was their second full-length and saw them ditch the bedroom for a high-end studio, and producer Ben Greenberg was enlisted to give the songs a new sheen.
Beach Fossils have managed to evolve without losing what initially set them apart. While the production values are better than before, that familiar reverb-drenched sound and Payseur's distinctive laconic vocals remains their stock-in-trade, and Payseur’s ability to write unassuming but incessantly catchy songs remains undiminished. In their first Australian headline shows, fans can expect Clash the Truth highlights like 'Careless' and 'Shallow' in a live show noted for its energy.