Indie band Beach House reveal Borderland video details as El Paso concert tickets go on sale
Popular indie band Beach House have revealed that a locally filmed video is expected to be finished by mid-January.
The short film is called "Forever Still." View photos from the shoot here.
"We performed/recorded four songs from Bloom outdoors, in various locations that are special for us around El Paso and Tornillo, Texas," the band wrote on their official website. The film follows the passing of one night, starting at sunset and ending at dawn."
Beach House recorded the critically-acclaimed "Bloom" at Sonic Ranch studios in Tornillo in 2011.
The band will have a busy 2013 that will include continuing their world tour. They will perform at El Paso's Tricky Falls on April 8 and at the Crowley Theater in Marfa, Texas on April 21.
The Marfa show sold out online in less than an hour on Dec. 14 with a few tickets still available at the Ballroom Marfa gallery and some standing-room-only tickets to be sold on the day of the show.
Tickets for the El Paso show went on sale on Dec. 15 and are available at
Eloise, Bowie Feathers, Marias Closet, All That Music, www.trickyfalls.com, www.holdmyticket.com. Tickets are $20 in advance. You can buy them now at Eloise, Bowie Feathers and Maria's closet cash only with no service fees. ** Meaning $20 even not tax, fees nothing on top.
Tickets are $20 plus service fees at All That Music and online at www.holdmyticket.com.
The closest Beach House has come to playing a full, live concert in the area was when they played in Albuquerque this summer and Tucson in late September. View photos from the Tucson concert here.
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