“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 our natural tendencies", the pair say.

This "more aggressive place" lies in the dreamy mire and madness of "Sparks". A loop of Victoria Legrand's voice accidentally captured during a soundcheck in Bristol forms its backbone as sludgy, My Bloody Valentine -inspired guitars grate in beautiful discordance with synths.

Of course, there's still that undeniable Beach House sound with Alex Scally joining Victoria for duo's trademark girl/boy harmonies. As chiming percussion enters and all the components fall futher into place, the song starts to echo their sweeter side. It's the perfect example of a band searching without losing sight.

Depression Cherry is released on 28 August via Bella Union. European dates from their world tour are listed below (see full tour including US dates on their website).

October

24 - Belfast, Northern Ireland - Mandela Hall 
25 - Dublin, Ireland - Vicar Street 
26 - Glasgow, Scotland - ABC 
27 - Manchester, England - The Ritz 
29 - Paris, France - Pitchfork Music Festival Paris
30 - London, England - Shepherds Bush Empire 

November

2 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso 
3 - Brussels, Belgium - Autumn Falls @ AB 
4 - Koln, Germany - Gloria 
5 - Luxemborg, Luxemborg - Den Atelier 
7 - Reykjavik, Iceland - Iceland Airwaves 
10 - Oslo, Norway - Sentrum Scene 
11 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Tradgarn 
12 - Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser Medis 
13 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega
14 - Hamburg, Germany - Kampnagel K1 
16 - Berlin, Germany - Huxley’s 
17 - Munich, Germany - Freiheiz 
18 - Lausanne, Germany - Les Docks 
20 - Barcelona, Spain - Apolo 
22 - Madrid, Spain - La Riviera 
23 - Lisbon, Portugal - Armazén 
24 - Porto, Portugal - Teatro sa da Bandeira