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Beach House also recorded a cover of Queen's "Play the Game" for the i Tunes Store release of the Red Hot Organization's 2009 compilation, Dark Was The Night.In 2009, Legrand provided backing vocals on the song "Two Weeks" by the indie rock band Grizzly Bear.That year, Pitchfork Media ranked it 16th on its Best Albums list.On October 21, 2008, the group released the single "Used to Be".The film, directed by the band and Max Goldman, was inspired by Pink Floyd's Live at Pompeii and features the band performing songs from Bloom at various sites around Tornillo, Texas, where the album was recorded.The idea for the film came from the band's desire to make quality promotional content they could control artistically: "We had previously been involved in too many live sessions, radio tapings, photo shoots, etc., where the outcome was far below our personal artistic standards.Of the origins of the band name, Scally said: "We’d been writing music, and we had all these songs, and then there was that moment where you say ‘what do we call ourselves?’ We tried to intellectualize it, and it didn’t work.
In October 2010, Beach House played at the Austin City Limits Music Festival. The band was chosen by Animal Collective to perform at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival they curated in May 2011, On May 29, 2011 the band played at the Sasquatch! On July 31, 2011 the band played at the Fuji Rock music festival in Niigata, Japan.On October 16, 2011, the band played at the Treasure Island Music Festival.On May 18, 2012, they appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman and on Sunday July 15, 2012, they performed the closing set on the Red Stage during the Pitchfork Music Festival. with Jools Holland playing "Myth" and "Lazuli" from their 2012 album, Bloom.With the growing success of Teen Dream and Bloom, the larger stages and bigger rooms naturally drove us towards a louder, more aggressive place; a place farther from our natural tendencies.Here, we continue to let ourselves evolve while fully ignoring the commercial context in which we exist.".