Beach Weather – ‘High in Low Places’

Beach Weather releases new single ‘High in Low Places’

Beach Weather - 'High in Low Places'
Beach Weather image via Alexa San Roman

The track is out now via Arista Records.

Alt-pop breakthrough band Beach Weather has released their latest single, ‘High in Low Places.’ The new track from the trio captures the essence of dancing in the face of the apocalypse. The accompanying music video, directed by Braxton Apana, adds a visual narrative to the song’s powerful message.

Frontman, Nick Santino, explains:

“We like to call ‘High in Low Places’ our apocalyptic love song. There was beauty in the idea of finding peace in one another while the world was slowly melting. We wanted to create something that felt cinematic, the closing credits of a modern end-of-times western. There are hints of those influences in the guitars and strings running through the chorus where we want to pull everyone into a world but stay hopeful that we can all rise above that insanity transpiring around us.”

‘High in Low Places’ is out now.

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