Watch Beach House Perform Dreamy 'Drunk in LA' on 'Kimmel'

Track appears on band's recently issued LP, '7'

Beach House performed their dreamy song "Drunk in LA" on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.'

Beach House performed a fog-shrouded version of "Drunk in LA" – both literally and figuratively – on Wednesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live. The trio utilized the mystical atmosphere of Victoria Legrand's soothing voice and Alex Scally's delay-soaked electric guitar, building a slow and subtle crescendo.

Legrand conjured impressionistic images within the dream-pop swirl. "I had a good run playing horses in my mind," she crooned over thumping toms and a softly pattering drum machine. "Left my heart out somewhere running, wanting strangers to be mine/I would climb the Eiffel Tower, write letters on the sky."

"Drunk in LA" appears on Beach House's appropriately titled, recently issued seventh LP, 7. The band recently concluded a round of North American tour dates in support of the record, and another leg launches July 26th in Philadelphia.

Legrand and Scally spoke about their intimate creative relationship in a recent Rolling Stone profile. "My strengths seemed to be where her weaknesses were," the guitarist said. "And her strengths seemed to be where my weaknesses are. What we made [together] was instantly far better than anything we made on our own. It was an ease of work."