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The Beaches Return with Their Latest Anthem: "What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Paranoid"

The Beaches make their triumphant return with their latest track, "What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Paranoid." This remarkable quartet is gearing up to unveil their highly-anticipated second album, "Blame My Ex," on September 15th, and this new single offers an exhilarating glimpse into the musical rollercoaster they've meticulously crafted.

As the music pulses through your veins, "What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Paranoid" emerges as the ultimate anthem for those weary of the ceaseless self-doubt and lingering 'what-ifs' that haunt their thoughts. The song kicks off with a magnetic strumming performance by the band's guitarists, Kylie Miller and Leandra Earl, setting the stage with a palpable sense of anticipation that inevitably erupts into an explosive chorus.

Lead vocalist Jordan Miller steps into the spotlight, expressing the trials of navigating self-doubt within relationships. She ingeniously reimagines the age-old saying 'what doesn't kill you makes you stronger,' singing with raw honesty, "what doesn't kill you makes you paranoid / what doesn't kill you makes you feel like your love ain’t s***."

But the story doesn't end there; the music video for "What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Paranoid" adds a visceral layer to the song's emotional journey. The video places Miller in an empty dance hall, perched on a chair before a dusty stage in her disheveled party attire. As she serenades listeners, a slow but deliberate descent into chaos begins, mirroring the song's intensifying lyrics. The rest of The Beaches watch from the background until the scene dramatically shifts, placing us on a stormy coast, where the band passionately performs by the tumultuous waters. The combination of turbulent lighting and the oceanic backdrop envelops the bitter mood, as if the surroundings themselves echo the song's sentiments. By the final chorus, Miller succumbs to catharsis, hurling her chair through the standing mirror that taunts her and joining her band in stoic serenity.

"What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Paranoid” is a mood and angst-driven addition to The Beaches’ growing collection of singles, leaving us all the more eager for the highly-anticipated release of "Blame My Ex." As The Beaches continue to carve their path in the world of rock, this song and its striking visuals serve as a testament to their unrelenting authenticity and musical prowess.

"What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Paranoid” is a mood and angst-driven addition to The Beaches’ growing collection of singles that leaves us all the more eager for the highly-anticipated release of "Blame My Ex".

TOUR DATES: September 8-9: Sarnia, Canada @ Sarnia Block Party September 13: London, Canada @ Western Fair October 8: Milwaukee, WI @ The Cooperage October 11: Nashville, TN @ The East Room October 12: Atlanta, GA @ Aisle 5 October 13: Charleston, SC @ Charleston Pour House October 15: Washington, DC @ Pearl Street Warehouse October 16: Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie October 17: New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge October 18: Boston, MA @ Crystal Ballroom October 20: Halifax, Canada @ Light House Arts Centre October 21: Moncton, Canada @ Tide & Boar Ballroom October 26: Kitchener, Canada @ Centre in the Square October 27: Hamilton, Canada @ Ontario Concert Hall October 28: Montreal, Canada @ MTELUS October 30: Kingston, Canada @ The Ale House November 1-2: Toronto, Canada @ Massey Hall November 5: Winnipeg, Canada @ Burton Cummings Theatre November 8: Edmonton, Canada @ Midway Music Hall November 9: Calgary, Canada @ MacEwan Hall November 10: Kelowna, Canada @ Kelowna Community Theater November 12: Vancouver, Canada @ Orpheum Theatre November 13: Victoria, Canada @ Royal Theatre

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