the Beavers are:

Titus - photo by Dimitri
Titus: Vocals/Guitars Jack - photo by Wiana
Jack: Drums/vocals Paul - Vox Organ
Paul: Vox Organ Harold - Fender bass Harold: Fender bass



the Beavers

Garagerock extravaganza from Groningen

Yes, thee legendary garage rockers from Groningen are back with a vengeance! Read a complete biography here. A brand new 7" vinyl single (on High School Refused records) is out now with three new original songs! We also released a 10" vinyl album (Highschool Refuse records) still available though it's selling out fast. Browse the site for news on all our releases and upcoming gigs, a biography and streaming video on our media page . We also have a full Discography online loaded with free streaming songs. If you would like to book the Beavers or make us an offer we can't refuse Contact the webmaster/bassplayer. Also check us out on Facebook : "like" us and you'll get news faster and you'll also be eligible for the odd free single giveaway!

Latest News

Saturday, march 8, 2014: Live at the Vera!

On Saturday, march 8, the beavers will play the vera in Groningen together with our good friends of the Junohoos! Music starts at 23.00. For more info check the Vera site .

Nancy, Your're a square re-released by new #Lowcost label of Grun'n Rocks!

Evert, the big chief of the legendary Grunn Rocks website, recently started his very own record label and the first release is our 1993 single Nancy, Your're a square. Check the #Lowcost site for more info.

Beavers live at the Kiss 'n'Run Party at the legendary Vera club in Groningen

This years "Kiss 'n' Run"part at the Vera in Groningen on september 1, 2013 promises to be extra special with the Hex Dispensers and the Bloodie Hollies and now it's confirmed the Beavers will also play so get there on time, music starts at 21.00!

New Beavers single out now!

Yes, we have a brand new vinyl single out now on High School Refuse Records! The single has three brand new original tracks recorded recently at the ORKZ in Groningen.
Release party was at De Walrus in Groningen. Our great friends De Keefmen and the Skeptics from France were also there - it was a night to remember!

Eight brand new tracks recorded!

The Beavers recorded eight brand new originals at the ORKZ and here's a sneak peak; the song is called "(That's Why) Modern Times Suck":

(click arrow to stream song).


2009 - 2011 News Archive

Beavers on new Compilation album

De Walrus is one of the nicest clubs in Groningen with a long tradition of booking excellent bands. They asked the Beavers to be on their compilation album "Another R'NR Nite" with highlights of the last 20 odd years. The Beavers contributed the never before released original "Jaguar". The 16 song cd is for sale at the Walrus, local record stores and at gigs and features some great local and (inter)national bands. For more info check the Walrus myspace

Live footage on local tv

On june 12, 2010 the Beavers played at the Viadukt in Groningen. Local t.v. station OOG recorded the gig and aired some footage and an interview in july: Now on youtube:

Maximum Rock 'n'Roll top ten

Maximum Rock 'n' Roll - thee Punkrock magazine on good ol' paper - has put the Beavers new single Silly Girls in their top 10 for the upcoming June issue. Thanks!



Link's Dead in Spanish radio special

Link's Dead , b-side of the new Silly Girls 7" vinyl single, was used in a special Link Wray tribute show on a Spanish National Radio broadcast called El Sotano. The excellent show can be found here.

Silly Girls cover

Frantic City releases Beavers Single

March 2009 saw the release of the 4th Beavers single ever. Frantic City records, based in La Rochelle - France put out "Silly Girls", a catchy and fast paced song about.. girls with a b-side containing not one but two tracks; "I don't care anymore" and our instrumental ode to Link Wray: "Link's Dead". Check out the Frantic City site and release news here , you can order a copy through their site. .

Come on let's Beav cover

Com'on let's Beav' released september 2008!

On september 19, 2008 the band released their first mini-lp - "Com'on let's Beav'" - on High School Refuse records. The eight song album is now available for 12 euro's at your better record store and through mail order.
"Euro garagerock reminiscent of the Lyres with some Outsiders influences" as reviewers branded the thick vinyl disc. We can live with that.