COIN UNVEILS NEW HEART-WRENCHING BANGER ‘VALENTINE’ ON VALENTINE’S DAY
Alt-pop trio COIN unveils new track “Valentine” taken from their upcoming album ‘Dreamland’ out next Friday, February 21st. The single is upbeat, yet heartbreaking – the perfect track for those who may find themselves valentine-less this year.. or not. Musing ‘You ever love something so much it hurts?’ lead singer Chase Lawrence immortalises a heartbreak in this melodic new single.
“No song is more ‘Dreamland’ than this one. Over the past three years, we all moved to separate corners of the country. To say our writing process shifted would be an understatement. In retrospect, it’s easy to see how time & space would give each of us a new creative voice; a chance to contribute as pieces of a puzzle instead of one collective mouthpiece. “Valentine” is exactly what this album is made of – teamwork, uncertainty, & acceptance.” – Chase Lawrence
‘Dreamland’ brings to life COIN’s most sonically adventurous yet emotionally direct songs to date, but also holds a memory map of all the places the globe-trotting band has travelled in the making of this album.
Since breaking through with ‘Talk Too Much’ (Top 10 on Billboard’s US Alternative Songs chart), the Nashville-based band has toured relentlessly across the world, bringing their sing-along heavy live set to frenzied crowds around the globe. They have supported alt-pop behemoths The 1975 on a US tour, and played major festivals such as Reading and Leeds, Lollapalooza, and Bonnaroo.
The band kicked off 2020 by unveiling “Youuu,” which made Spotify’s New Music Friday, Indie Pop and The New Alt playlists. The song followed the release of album track “Let It All Out,” which was recorded in one vocal take, and their previous single “Crash My Car” steadily climbed up US Alternative Radio.
COIN consists of Chase Lawrence (synth/vocals), Joe Memmel (guitar/vocals), and Ryan Winnen (drums). Chase had met Joe outside an impromptu show at age 17, then a year and a half later ended up sitting next to him in his first day of music theory class after taking the jump to enroll at Belmont University. Ryan Winnen soon joined the band and very swiftly brought in a loyal fanbase through local shows and eventually signing a deal with Columbia Records. The band has released two albums thus far: their 2015 self-titled debut, which was produced by Grammy Award-winner Jay Joyce (FIDLAR, Cage The Elephant, The Head and the Heart), and 2017’s “How Will You Know If You Never Try”. At every turn, COIN has continually turned out sublimely catchy pop songs, equally built on effervescent hooks and an understated complexity, earning them a reputation as one of alt-pop’s most exciting bands.
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