COIN Premiere “Feeling” Ahead of Sophomore LP, ‘How Will You Know If You Never Try’


It’s been a minute since we checked in about indie popsters COIN, who, since the 2015 release of their eponymous debut, have been dominating alternative radio, touring the nation with big name artists, appearing at festivals, and just generally doing Nashville proud, as a breakout local rock and roll success story. While their first album still feels fresh in our minds, the band are already gearing up for the imminent release of their sophomore effort, How Will You Know If You Never Try, set to arrive April 21, and have, in fact, slowly been premiering tracks from the LP since almost a full year ago.

First came “Talk Too Much,” which has become a bona fide hit over the last year, then, more recently, a flurry of “I Don’t Wanna Dance,” the re-worked “Malibu 1992,” and, most their latest, “Feeling,” which, like the others, feels like the group falling into a more focused, confident, and unique sound, building on their success and growing pedigree to capture the energy and spirit of their live show while maintaining their huge hooks and unabashed pop sensibilities.

Though COIN’s summer run of shows doesn’t currently include any hometown stops, we have a feeling the band will be back in Nashville sooner than later, so keep an eye out for more news, pre-order the band’s new LP, and hear “Feeling” below!

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