Concert Review

The Beaches – Kitchener – Centre In The Square

The Beaches are a Canadian rock band formed in Toronto, Ontario, consisting of four members: Jordan Miller (vocals and bass), Kylie Miller (guitar), Leandra Earl (guitar), and Eliza Enman-McDaniel (drums). The band’s name is inspired by the Toronto neighborhood of The Beaches, where the members grew up and attended school.

The Beaches gained attention with their energetic live performances and catchy rock sound. They draw influences from various rock subgenres, including garage rock, punk rock, and indie rock. The band’s music often features driving guitar riffs, strong rhythms, and powerful vocals.

The Beaches released their debut EP, “Heights,” in 2014, which helped establish their presence in the Canadian music scene. They followed up with their debut full-length album, “Late Show,” in 2017. The album showcased their dynamic songwriting and earned critical acclaim.

In 2018, The Beaches won the Juno Award for Breakthrough Group of the Year, a prestigious Canadian music award. They have since continued to tour and release new music, further solidifying their reputation as one of Canada’s most exciting rock bands.

The Beaches’ music often resonates with audiences for its relatable lyrics, high-energy performances, and raw authenticity. They have become known for their electrifying live shows and their ability to captivate audiences with their infectious rock anthems.