The Beaches

The Beaches have been around since 2013, but the rapid ascension is upon us (and perhaps already complete). They're infusing the music scene with a modern version of rock that elicits a feel from the 70s and 80s. They're expressive, perceptive, unapologetic, energetic, forthright, and irresponsible (but the good kind). And all of it is unrelenting until it consumes you. Their sound and vibe can (and will) span at least a couple of generations when all is said and done, so it's probably worth hopping on the beachwagon now.
- Thomas Carannante
FanSided Content Director

Why we needed this fandom this year

The Beaches' music is about lust, love, lost love, existentialism, being weird, embracing being weird, partying, discovering yourself, hangin' with your friends, and causing some casual chaos. With rock bands of yesteryear that once upon a time had similar messaging, like Blink-182, resurfacing to tour recently, fans of this genre can seamlessly incorporate The Beaches with some nostalgic favorites. We always need more youthful rebellion, especially if it awakens something dormant inside us.

Why you should join this fandom

The group, featuring Jordan Miller, Kylie Miller, Leandra Earl, and Eliza Enman-McDaniel, had their momentum interrupted because of the COVID-19 pandemic back in 2020. The year prior, they had opened for the Rolling Stones during the legendary rock band's tour of Canada. But that was only temporary. The Beaches have been on a headlining tour for a few months that will continue into 2024 and are influencing the world with their specific brand of rock 'n roll. It's boombox-y. It's perfect for a house party. It'd be delightful right in your garage. It's exactly what you want to see live in a small venue before they start selling out arenas. They also love getting drunk and epitomize a present-day version of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. What's not to like?