Paul: Vox Organ Harold: Fender bass
Garagerock extravaganza from Groningen
Yes, thee legendary garage rockers from Groningen are back with a vengeance! Read a complete biography here. What are we up to in 2017? Several gigs are lined up and we recorded some songs with the great Sheri Corleone. Stay tuned for more news!
Since 2006 We released a 10" vinyl album (Highschool Refuse records) still available though it's selling out fast and a 7"single on Frantic City in France. The latest release is a A 7" vinyl single (also on High School Refused) with three original songs!
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!
Gigs in 2017Several gigs are lined up for 2017.
- July 22 with the Heck and the Kryng at the Vera in Groningen.
- October 14 at the Walrus in Groningen - Faktum 51 night!
- October 21 at
Double A side single out on High School Refused!2012: The single has three brand new original tracks recorded at the ORKZ in Groningen. The songs are "Don't Go Away"and "Down and Out" on a double A side with "Some Other Time on the B-side".
Frantic City releases Beavers SingleMarch 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. .
Com'on let's Beav'September 2008 the band released their first mini-lp - "Com'on let's Beav'" - on High School Refuse records. The eight song album is available 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.