SONG OF THE DAY Beach Party – Can’t Surf

What’s this? A band from LA that claim they can’t surf! In the summer of 2014 this is is exactly what Californian four-piece Beach Party wrote a song about!

Can’t Surf highlights their plight and with reasons such as “Oh no, the water’s too deep / Oh no, the shark’s underneath / My skin’s too pasty and white / Ohhhhhhhh … I can’t surf!“ you can’t blame them for not rushing out to pick up a board!

Founded in the fall of 2012 by guitarists/singers Rob Banks and James Hurst, Beach Party are an organically raw garage punk band whose musical journey started out at a drunken pool party!  One year later they were releasing their debut flexi 7” which was produced in a sweaty garage studio by old friend Ty Segall.  Since then they have performed opening slots for Black Lips and Allah-Las which, with a sound nestled in old school surf rock and good old garage grooves, suited them perfectly!

Today’s song appears on their self-titled 5-track debut EP, a record that is seamlessly catchy throughout! For anyone with a love for lively garage punk, this is just the kiddy for ya, I’m loving it!…not to mention the album cover art is pretty damn fine!!

Check it out above and listen/purchase the whole EP from here. 

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