Album artwork for Depression Cherry by Beach House

'Depression Cherry' was produced and recorded by the band and Chris Coady at Studio in the Country in Bogalusa, Louisiana. This record shows a return to simplicity, with songs structured around a melody and a few instruments, with live drums playing a far lesser role. With the growing success of 'Teen Dream' and 'Bloom', the larger stages and bigger rooms naturally drove them towards a louder, more aggressive place; a place farther from their natural tendencies. The record shows a return to simplicity, with songs structured around a melody and a few instruments, with live drums playing a far lesser role. With the growing success of Teen Dream and Bloom, the larger stages and bigger rooms naturally drove us towards a louder, more aggressive place; a place farther from the natural tendencies. They continue to let themselves evolve while fully ignoring the commercial context in which they exist.

Beach House

Depression Cherry

Sub Pop Records
Album artwork for Depression Cherry by Beach House
LP

$26.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 08/28/2015Catalog Number

SUB711221

Album artwork for Depression Cherry by Beach House
Tape

$11.99

Released 09/28/2018Catalog Number

71122-4

Album artwork for Depression Cherry by Beach House
CD

$15.99

Released 08/28/2015Catalog Number

SP1122.

Beach House

Depression Cherry

Sub Pop Records
Album artwork for Depression Cherry by Beach House
LP

$26.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 08/28/2015Catalog Number

SUB711221

Album artwork for Depression Cherry by Beach House
Tape

$11.99

Released 09/28/2018Catalog Number

71122-4

Album artwork for Depression Cherry by Beach House
CD

$15.99

Released 08/28/2015Catalog Number

SP1122.

'Depression Cherry' was produced and recorded by the band and Chris Coady at Studio in the Country in Bogalusa, Louisiana. This record shows a return to simplicity, with songs structured around a melody and a few instruments, with live drums playing a far lesser role. With the growing success of 'Teen Dream' and 'Bloom', the larger stages and bigger rooms naturally drove them towards a louder, more aggressive place; a place farther from their natural tendencies. The record shows a return to simplicity, with songs structured around a melody and a few instruments, with live drums playing a far lesser role. With the growing success of Teen Dream and Bloom, the larger stages and bigger rooms naturally drove us towards a louder, more aggressive place; a place farther from the natural tendencies. They continue to let themselves evolve while fully ignoring the commercial context in which they exist.