The Beaches are an electrifying all-female rock band from Toronto. With a sound that blends elements of garage rock, pop, and punk, they deliver powerful vocals, gritty guitar riffs, and an unapologetically raw attitude. All that was on display when The Beaches took over our tiny Marquis Theater in Denver.
The band is Jordan Miller (lead vocals, bass), Kylie Miller (guitar, backing vocals), Leandra Earl (keyboards, guitar, backing vocals) and Eliza Enman-McDaniel (drums). The two Millers are sisters (not twins) as noted in one of their albums. I am sad that I only really discovered them on 2021’s Future Lovers; I metaphorically wore that EP out.
One of the reasons I love the Marquis is you can FEEL a band playing there. Definitely true for The Beaches show, from the front of the stage to the back of the venue. They also really seem like they are having FUN in their raucousness. The kind of band that makes you want to raise your fist along with their lyrics, laugh along with the commentary, and dance to the beat. Basically, my perfect concert.
The Beaches have a couple more dates in the States before they finish up the year in their home country. I hope they make it back to Denver soon, because I will definitely be there. Dancing and yelling along.
The Beaches – Denver Concert Photos
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