Bedroom-pop trailblazers Beach Fossils’ new album Bunny is a triumphant return for one of the 2010s most influential NYC bands.
Bunny brings us 11 new classics with a precise blend of the dream-pop they notoriously pioneered, familiar post-punk vigor, and the sophisticated songwriting of seasoned musicians. The record has Dustin Payseur's most vulnerable lyrics by far. He’s pushed himself to be honest and give insight to his emotional world. From poignant words about a family member’s cancer battle, the joy of being a father, to smoking a cigarette out of a car window with friends, it’s the band's most vivid and personal work to date. It's a stunning evolution of Beach Fossils' sound throughout the years, pulling elements from the jangly melancholy of What A Pleasure, the lush arrangements of Somersault, and the gritty, post-punk inspired tracks from Clash The Truth.
Beach Fossils have wowed fans at Coachella, Bonnaroo, Primavera, and Posty Fest, in addition to sold-out headline dates at venues like Brooklyn Steel, The Wiltern, and Thalia Hall. The Other Side Of Life: Piano Ballads, hit No. 3 on the Billboard Traditional Jazz Albums chart and the band recently cracked two million Spotify monthly listeners and seven million monthly listeners total across all platforms.
Bunny comes to us from Bayonet Records, the genre-expansive indie label Dustin Payseur co-founded in 2014 which has served as an incubator for a diverse roster of developing artists since its inception.