The Beaches Share ‘What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Paranoid’

Another smash from the Canadian four-piece...

The Beaches have shared new song ‘What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Paranoid’.

The band are taking viral fame in their stride, with recent single ‘Blame Brett’ notching up 10 million streams (!) and counting. New album ‘Blame My Ex’ lands on September 15th, a fiery workout that blends thundering riffs with some piquant pop moments.

New single ‘What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Paranoid’ is out now, a tale of love, regret, and the anxiety that follows a break-up. Was it the right decision? Could more have been done? And why do The Beaches always find the right words for intangible feelings?

Pop with a venomous edge, the band sing: “what doesn’t kill you makes you paranoid / what doesn’t kill you makes you feel like your love ain’t s***.”

The Beaches comment…

“‘What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Paranoid’ is a song about feeling intense anxiety after a breakup. This had been my experience when my relationship had just ended. I wasn’t used to being on my own, so I found myself feeling really insecure in social situations – which was really surreal because I’m usually very confident and self-assured. However, the more people I’ve shown this song to, the more I’ve come to understand I’m not alone.”

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Meg Moon

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