COIN Releases New Album & Video Today

(New York, NY-February 21, 2020)— Alt-pop trio COIN releases their new album Dreamland today! The project brings to life COIN’s most sonically adventurous yet emotionally direct songs to date, but also hold a memory map of all the places the globe-trotting band has travelled in the making of this album. 
BUY/STREAM DREAMLAND Empowered by a devoted fanbase and palpable sense of community fostered around the band, Dreamland is a liberative effort released on COIN’s newly formed label property Committee for Sound and Mind which is a global partnership with AWAL.  Lead singer Chase Lawrence said when describing the album, “From Nashville to Seoul to London to Los Angeles, we recorded everywhere but a studio. For the past two years, we made this album in green rooms, bedrooms, airplanes and buses. ‘Dreamland’ is a patchwork quilt of everywhere we’ve been – a sonic journal of orchestras, out of tune guitars, church choirs and iPhone voice memos.”
In addition to the album release, COIN also unveils the video for album track “Into My Arms” today HERE.

Last week, the band appropriately dropped album track “Valentine” on February 14th. The song followed on the heels of “Youuu,” which has over 2 million streams and counting since its release last month. At the end of 2019, COIN released album track “Let It All Out,” a follow up to the band’s single “Crash My Car.” Click HERE to listen and view the video!

In conjunction with their album, COIN will also be heading out on the road for a headlining U.S. tour. The 22-city run is set to kick off on 
March 10th in Tampa, FL at The Ritz Ybor and will wrap on April 12th in Minneapolis, MN at Varsity Theater and will include iconic venues like The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville TNThe Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA and House of Blues in Boston, MA. See routing below and click HERE for more info!

Since the arrival of their 2016 breakthrough single “Talk Too Much,” COIN have continually turned out sublimely catchy alt-pop, equally built on effervescent hooks and an understated complexity. With that dynamic earning them a passionate following, the Nashville-based trio have spent much of the past few years bringing their sing-along-heavy live set to frenzied crowds all across the globe. On their upcoming album, COIN is embracing their pop instincts more fully than ever, dreaming up their most sonically adventurous yet emotionally direct batch of songs to date.

March 10—Tampa, FL—The Ritz Ybor
March 12—Orlando, FL—House of Blues Orlando
March 13—Atlanta, GA—Tabernacle
March 14—Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium
March 15—Charlotte, NC—The Fillmore Charlotte
March 19—Boston, MA—House of Blues Boston
March 20—Asbury Park, NJ—The Stone Pony
March 21—Baltimore, MD—Baltimore Soundstage
March 22—Philadelphia, PA—Theatre of Living Arts
March 24—Pittsburgh, PA—Roxian Theatre
March 26—Detroit, MI—Saint Andrew’s Hall
March 27—Cleveland, OH—House of Blues Cleveland
March 28—Columbus, OH—Express Live!
March 31—Denver, CO—Ogden Theatre
April 1—Salt Lake City, UT—The Complex
April 3—San Diego, CA—The Observatory North Park
April 4—Los Angeles, CA—The Wiltern
April 6—Phoenix, AZ—The Van Buren
April 9—Houston, TX—House of Blues Houston
April 10—Dallas, TX—South Side Ballroom
April 11—Kansas City, MO—The Truman
April 12—Minneapolis, MN—Varsity Theater

About Bryan Joe Corder (4253 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.
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