Artist / BEVERLY
BEVERLY began as a recording project between Drew Citron and Frankie Rose. During numerous tours, the two started collaborating and sharing aspirations for making simple, clutter-free music. Their debut LP “Careers” is a result of those ideas, and came out in July 2014 on Kanine Records. The album combines raw pop, post-punk, and dreamy harmonies, drawing inspiration from lofi greats such as The Amps and The Clean.
After completing the record, Rose moved to LA to concentrate on her solo career, and Citron stayed in New York to focus on Beverly. For live shows, Citron expanded the lineup to four members, embarking on tours across the US and Europe opening for The Drums, and playing sold-out headline dates in and around New York.
When not on tour, Citron produces up and coming bands in Brooklyn. For the new Beverly full length, Citron is collaborating with tourmates Kip Berman (The Pains of Being Pure at Heart) and noise pop producer Scott Rosenthal (The Beets, Crystal Stilts).