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Beach House at Central Park SummerStage: Live Photos (SLIDE SHOW)

The Baltimore dream-pop duo boomed louder than the storm in Central Park.

By Time Out editors
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Baltimore duo Beach House didn't let the inclement weather hinder a set at Central Park SummerStage last night. In fact, it fueled the fire. In a competition with the thunder and lighting, Beach House boomed louder, playing hits from its most recent album, Bloom, including the dreamy tune "Wild" and the beautifully layered "Myth." The woozy twosome gave a final rebuttal to the weather, rounding out the encore with the last song from Bloom, "Irene," as umbrellas of all colors twirled in the crowd. Photographer Virginia Rollison toughed out the rain to capture the show.

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