2015 was a very prolific year for dream Pop duo Beach House, during which they released two new studio albums, Depression Cherry and Thank Your Lucky Stars, in August and October respectively. So it's no surprise the Baltimore-based band laid low(er) last year, enjoying the very positive aftermath of the two LPs and promoting them with numerous shows that included a performance at Coachella.

This year finds Beach House releasing a new album, their first collection of B-sides ever, appropriately named B-Sides and Rarities. Among the fourteen tracks are the likes of 'The Arrangement', 'Baby' and '10 Mile Stereo', which came out originally as B-sides to their 2010 single 'Zebra', the 2008 single version of 'Used To Be', and their cover of Queen's 'Play The Game', recorded back in 2009.

B-Sides and Rarities is out on June 30th via Sub Pop/Bella Union, but you can stream it now in full via NPR.