Monday, April 25, 2011

Jeff Beam plays NYC with his Preservation Society. Grab MP3 of “Venus Flying Trapeze” title track now.

 Hear a live version of the track from young psych-pop songwriter that reminds of Elvis Costello, Flaming Lips.


Jeff Beam as photographed by Nathan Marchard.



“Venus Flying Trapeze” is the title track from the latest album by Jeff Beam


Jeff Beam and The Preservation Society | Upcoming NYC Shows

04/26 New York, NY @ Pianos w/ Billy Libby
05/16 Brooklyn, NY @ Union Hall


About Jeff Beam

The music of 23-year-old Jeff Beam has drawn comparisons to the studio musings and melodic flourishes of Elliott Smith and Harry Nilsson and also brings to mind the vigor of a young Elvis Costello, the unconventionality of Beck and the psyche-pop perfection of The Flaming Lips.

At such a young age, Beam already boasts a broad discography with several albums. His latest work is the upcoming Venus Flying Trapeze, a 12-song psychedelic affair featuring melodies that are warped and catchy, clever chord changes and existential, surrealistic lyrical content. Check out the title track HERE as well as a recent live version HERE.

Before landing in New York, Beam was raised in a small town in the woods of Maine on a constant barrage of “The White Album,” Electric Light Orchestra, The Who’s Tommy, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. “To me, this is the best kind of music,” Beam says, “And I once heard a tip that you should try to make the kind of music that you want to hear.”

Jeff Beam is available for interviews.  Contact Josh Bloom at Fanatic for more information.


Jeff Beam
Venus Flying Trapeze
(S/R, Out Now)

Track Listing:

01. Fly Trap
02. People Places (MP3)
03. Portraits of Poor Traits
04. Wake Jolk
05. Northern Floor
06. Currently, A Currency Urgency!
07. Loudspeaker Wallpaper
08. Venus Flying Trapeze (MP3)
09 .Problem of Other Minds
10. Mere Mirror
11. Mister Sister
12. Can’t You Feel The Curve of The Earth?


Jeff Beam Links

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