Norwegian powerpop quartet Beachheads are back with their brilliant new summery single ‘Jupiter’, streaming today 18th June via Fysisk Format.

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Powerpop with punk urgency that is both “Catchy as fuck” (Stereogum) and “Resiliently heart-heavy” (Rolling Stone), Beachheads features two members of renowned metal band Kvelertak in an entirely different guise.

In the band’s own words: “This song was written last year, as Jupiter and Saturn came together in the night sky. It’s a celebration of love, ecstasy – and adventurous, sleepless nights.”

Reminiscent at times of Hüsker DüIdles and The Marked Men, the new single is a brilliant meld of modern day post-punk and upbeat, classic surf rock.

‘Jupiter’ is taken from Beachheads forthcoming second album and is produced by Frode Strømstad of I Was A King. Their self-titled debut album from 2017 received widespread acclaim from magazines globally, and was marked as album of the month in tastemaker publications, including Visions and Slam.

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