UK based artists Blue Kubricks just debuted their new single “You’re a Beach“ and it’s everything you’d hope for in a song whose title merges ocean-paradise with witty double entendre. The band from Leeds brings a long awaited sound to the surf-rock scene, blending alternative rock and funk to create a track guaranteed to land on any mood-boosting playlist.
“You’re a Beach” follows the release of the band’s other singles, “Heroin” and “Incomplete.” The new track’s sound is the epitome of endless summer with a free-spirited tempo that lets listeners either kick back and unwind or surrender themselves to inevitable dance moves. It strays from mundane chord progressions and expected vocal trajectories, featuring funky bass lines, satisfying guitar solos, and refreshing rhythm guitar. Sometimes, listeners will find that a band showcases its strengths in either musical composition or vocals, but Blue Kubricks commands both lanes effortlessly. Their voices are simply fantastic and they transcend genre in style.
“You’re a Beach” is the song you’d hope would be included when asking for song recommendations from a friend. It lends itself to alt-rock junkies and those just passing through the scene. Just as the mid-song voiceover suggests, “take off your shoes” and put this song on repeat.