The Beaches’ share vulnerability in their new single and music video “Blame Brett”

The Beaches have released a new single and music video, “Blame Brett, “showcasing their wild and vulnerable sides. The song warns potential partners about lead singer Jordan Miller’s tendency to cause relationship chaos due to past heartbreak. The Canadian alt-rock band has also announced that their much-awaited second album, Blame My Ex, will be available on September 15th.

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This breakup song presents Miller’s strong and vulnerable persona with a unique twist on the classic theme. The song “Blame Brett” immediately grabs listeners’ attention with its lively beat and powerful vocals by Miller. The energetic guitar riffs, compelling bass line, and fast-paced percussion create an intense and emotional listening experience.

The music video complements the track’s hedonistic vibe, featuring The Beaches rocking out in colorful leather, cheerleader skirts, slinky lingerie, feather boas, and 90’s sunnies. Miller explains that “Blame Brett” is a song “about feeling vulnerable and afraid to open your heart to someone new,” making it an anthem for all the hot messes.

The Beaches is a band from the neighborhood with the same name. Its members include Jordan Miller as the lead vocalist and bassist, Kylie Miller as the guitarist, Leandra Earl as the keyboardist and guitarist, and Eliza Enman-McDaniel as the drummer. The band has succeeded, with over 60 million streams and six number-one singles on Canadian Alternative Radio.

The Beaches, previously opened for legendary bands like The Rolling Stones and Foo Fighters, are steadily gaining recognition in the music industry. Their last album was highly acclaimed by Elton John and won two Juno Awards. After a successful North American tour in 2022, The Beaches are now gearing up to dominate the charts with their soon-to-be-released LP, Blame My Ex.

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