Coin Unveils New Song “MALIBU 1992” Off Forthcoming Sophomore Album Out This Spring
COIN has dropped another new track, “Malibu 1992” from their forthcoming sophomore album out this spring. The stripped-down ballad premiered on SiriusXM Alt Nation’s Advanced Placement yesterday and is available now on all DSPs. With heartfelt words like “I’m sure you think I’ve outgrown you but I couldn’t,” ‘Malibu 1992’ is a ballad about a long lost romance and the feelings that these experiences bring.
“Four years ago, we recorded this song by ourselves. At 4AM, under flickering fluorescent light, we carelessly wrote. Then, we put it on the shelf,” vocalist, Chase Lawrence told Baeble. “It’s strange how you can’t tell how special something is until you revisit it. Maybe it’s nostalgia, maybe it’s delusion. I’ve physically changed, but I think my 20 year old self had ‘me’ more figured out than I do even now. We put this song away for a later time. I guess it’s now. ‘Malibu 1992.’”
Named one of TIME’s “21 Musicians We Want to Hear From in 2017,” COIN will launch a national headlining tour on April 21 running through the end of June. In addition to major markets such as Chicago, Boston, New York and Los Angeles, the band will be rounding the festival circuit including performances at Hangout Fest, Bonnaroo and Forecastle. A complete list of tour dates are below. For additional purchase information, please visit http://thisiscoin.com.
Reaching over 12 million streams on Spotify, “Talk Too Much” was Top 10 on the Alternative radio chart for 6 weeks and landed the #6 spot overall on Alt Nation’s Year End Countdown. COIN is Chase Lawrence (vocals/keys), Joe Memmel (guitar/vocals), Ryan Winnen (drums) and Zach Dyke (bass). The Nashville-based foursome recorded their self-titled debut album in Nashville with Grammy nominated producer Jay Joyce (Cage the Elephant, Sleeper Agent). COIN has toured non-stop with acts such as The 1975, Bad Suns, Walk The Moon, Passion Pit, Young The Giant, and Neon Trees.