Carly Rae Jepsen releases ‘Beach House’

Song is latest from forthcoming album

Carly Rae Jepsen releases new single “Beach House” from her forthcoming album The Loneliest Time. A new lyric video is also available.

Produced by Alex Hope, and co-written by Jepsen, Hope and Nate Cyphert, “Beach House” is an all-too-real account of the wild unpredictability of app-based dating. In a departure from the lush and airy atmosphere of “Western Wind” (a May release accompanied by a quietly stunning video), the dance-ready anthem unfolds in throbbing beats and glistening textures as Jepsen details a series of dating mishaps and disappointments in the song’s verses. After making a passionate plea for transparency from her potential suitors, Jepsen then enlists a lineup of male backing vocalists in delivering the glorious punchline of a chorus: “I got a beach house in Malibu and I’m probably gonna hurt your feelings.” Both irresistibly honest and wickedly funny, “Beach House” ultimately cements Jepsen’s legacy as one of pop history’s sharpest narrators of the endless nuances of love and relationships.

Earlier this week Jepsen announce the release date for her most introspective body of work to date, The Loneliest Time, which will be released October 21sts on 604/Schoolboy/Interscope Records.

Jepsen will give fans a taste of the new album when she hits the road next month on her The So Nice Tour. The 23-date headline tour kicks off on September 24th in Montreal and includes stops at marquee venues like Radio City Music Hall in New York City and The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Her first North American headline tour since 2019, The So Nice Tour will include support from Empress Of.

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