NYC alt pop duo Beau (consisting of singer/songwriters Heather Goldin and Emma Jenney), make dreamy indie pop that straddles the line between atmospheric '60s folk and frenetic late '70s punk.
Heather and Emma grew up children of painters in Greenwich Village and became fast friends at a young age. Originally calling themselves "The Boos" and playing gigs around NYC, a trip to France inspired a name change to Beau [the masculine term for beautiful in French] and the rest is history. Lead singer Heather sounds like Karen O, dances like Jim Morrison and entrances like Lana Del Rey. Emma is equally captivating, she's the Keith to Heather's Mick.
The New York Times have compared them to "a cross between Lana Del Rey and Laura Marling" and Paper Magazine exclaimed they were "... making waves with haunting vocals and deeply emotional lyrics." Ryan McGinley shot them for the cover of Wonderland Magazine and they have garnered attention from other tastemakers outlets including NME, Noisey, W Magazine, Vanity Fair, and more. In addition, they have toured the world opening for acts including the Voidz, Miike Snow, Børns, Edward Sharpe and performed at fashion shows for Chloe in Paris and Rebecca Minkoff in NYC.
The duo are now promoting new music, recorded at the iconic Electric Lady Studios with collaborators Nick Brown (Foster the People, Soccer Mommy, The Knocks) and GRAMMY award winning producers Nicholas Vernhes (War On Drugs) and Andrew Wyatt (Miike Snow).