The Beaches Share New Song "Snake Tongue"

Watch a video for the Toronto outfit's latest now

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Apr 8, 2019

After sharing their "Fascination" single late last year, the Beaches have now returned with their first new material of 2019.

The Toronto rock outfit have shared a new single titled "Snake Tongue," which finds them flipping the bird at unwanted advances. The song has also been given an accompanying music video directed by Ally Pankiw, and you can watch the clip below.

As lead singer Jordan Miller explained in a statement, "I wrote 'Snake Tongue' about our own experiences, but hope that it empowers women who are constantly on the receiving end of unwanted attention to take back some control in small but meaningful ways." This song, along with "Fascination," has been pressed on a 7-inch, which is available from Umusic.

As previously reported, the Beaches will join Passion Pit as support on the latter's 10th anniversary Manners tour this month. You can find the tour's complete itinerary here.

The Beaches released their Late Show album in 2017.

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