"Break The Ice" - Beach Vacation | Review

Beachy vibes and hazy daydreams are here to warm up your November in Beach Vacation’s new song, “Break the Ice”.

Escape to a place where the pink kaleidoscope sunsets linger along the horizon for eternity and the salty air gives you that effortless, messy, sunkissed look. If you’re missing the heat and carefree life of summer, this is the song you need as the days get shorter and shorter.


“Break the Ice” is an effortlessly fun and happy song, fully equipped with the best elements of bedroom pop- layered, echoing vocals, a warm guitar track riddled with reverb and smooth distortion, and a simple drum kit to keep the uptempo beat grooving and flowing naturally. The result is nothing short of dreamy escapism at its finest, yielding a mental picture of sunny days, bottomless drinks, and crashing ocean waves, all with that signature indie retro film filter, of course. So maybe instead of grabbing the mulled wine this holiday season, blend together a pina colada. “Break the Ice” is guaranteed to be the soundtrack to all your adventurous summer daydreams.


Beach Vacation is no stranger to the indie music scene: what was originally a high school band has turned into renowned and international success. After gaining traction worldwide at the young ages of 16 and 17, they released their first EP on analog CDs and vinyl in the US, Japan, and the UK. They’ve accumulated hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify, and their influence is only expected to grow. “Break the Ice” is off their upcoming debut album, “I Fall Apart”, released by Slovakian label Z Tapes.



Written by Jess Ward



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