The members of trio Beach Day formed their shimmying Indie Pop band over a mutual love for the classic “Girl Group” music of the ’60s in Hollywood, Fla., an actual beach town (so no detached irony here … well, at least not too much). The group’s sound is full of classic beats, chord changes, melodies and harmonies (and overall vibe) that clearly show Beach Day’s avowed fondness for beach-friendly vintage Pop, from The Ronettes and Shangri-Las to The Beach Boys and The Ventures.
The threesome is touring in support of its latest release, last year’s Trip Trap Attack, Beach Day’s debut full-length released through Brooklyn’s Kanine Records, which has put out music by Indie favorites like Surfer Blood, Grizzly Bear, Chairlift, Bleeding Rainbow and many others. With guests Day Camp.
10 p.m. Wednesday. Free. MOTR Pub, 1345 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, motrpub.com