The Beverley’s premiered their latest single Spaced over at Billboard, which sees the band expand on the grunge influenced 90’s rock and incorporates some more experimental sound and psych elements, even momentarily flirting with Hawkwind-style space-rock.
The single will appear on the band’s forthcoming debut full length, ‘Brutal,’ which is out via Buzz Records on November 6 and was produced by Toronto indie go-to guy Josh Korody (Wish, Fucked Up, Beliefs) and Shehzaad Jiwani of the amazing Toronto band Greys. Jiwani sees the LP as a culmination of The Beverleys efforts so far and a major step forward for the band. “It is still amazing to me, thinking back to meeting The Beverleys two years ago, to making this record with them a year later, to watching them on stage now. Their transformation is astounding,” he says, “the first thing you realize about them is that they have no filter – there is a primal immediacy to their songs because it’s pure emotion. There was no premeditated discussion about what the band should sound like – this is just what came out of their instruments, and more importantly, what came out of them. The songs sound ugly and raw because these women are exorcising demons on this record. They have no greater ambition than to express themselves, and that’s what makes the album feel like an instant classic to me. It was all done so quickly, a few evenings over the course of a week, it really felt like capturing lightning in a bottle.”
Visions will also appear on The Beverley’s debut LP, ‘Brutal,’ due out via Buzz Records on November 6th.