After 500 years Canadian band The Beaches set free Shakespeare’s Desdemona

Rock and Roll of 70s reminds us the freedom of expression and the new beginning of life along with ting of urbanization. Tens and thousands of song written and made human emotions immortal. We find these songs even relevant today.

Canada has always received this Rock and Roll with open heart. Recently a girl band ‘The Beaches’ won Juno award for breakthrough group of the year in 2018 and gave two Billboard No. 1 hits. It is the success of their first album. Jordan and Kylie Miller, Leandra Earl and Eliza Enman-McDaniel who became the prominent rock musicians. They released their 1st EP in 2013.

Sugary pop vocals offers them edge. They have extensively toured Europe pandemic. It is a lockdown period when whole world is stuck, let’s listen their songs to find the stress of 70s. ‘The Story of My Life’ is a crooning song which reminds us Avril Lavin and Alanis Morrison. Their new EP ‘The Professional’ upbeat and stylish music make the numbers more appealing. “Desdemona,” “Want What You Got,” and “Lame” are groovier. “Snake Tongue,” become an anthem for ladies.

The modern day similes makes us follow songs. The excessive use pentameter and alliteration makes them more hard hitting.

Universal music has brought us the rock and roll back once again. Let’s check their songs. I believe if you are a rock and roll music admirer you will not be disappointed. Do give me your feedback. I value your opinion.

Desdemona Shakespearean character from Othello broke all the shakles through the songs by The Beaches. I appreciate the synthesis of literature and contemporary imagery expressed through music. It is intoxicating.

Published by Rahul Mate

Passionate about cinema, fine art, literature and photography, Rahul Mate explores latest development from the world of arts and culture.

2 thoughts on “After 500 years Canadian band The Beaches set free Shakespeare’s Desdemona

  1. Here,in Indian movie and drama has used the name of Desdemona.I am most impressed of the role of Desdemona -a female character of Othello written by Shakespeare.

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