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COIN RELEASES NEW SINGLE “GROWING PAINS” TODAY IN SUPPORT OF THEIR NORTH AMERICAN HEADLINE TOUR

Nashville pop/rock band COIN has released their new single “Growing Pains” today. Listen HERE. “Growing Pains” produced by Butch Walker (Weezer, Carly Rae Jepsen, Fall Out Boy) and is a song driven by its coming-of-age lyrics. The track comes as a follow-up to the band’s sophomore album, How Will You Know If You Never Try.

The quartet is currently on their North American Tour, which kicked off on February 1 in Fort Lauderdale and wraps on March 17 in Englewood, CO. Known for their energetic and exciting live performances, COIN will play New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Seattle. See below for full list of tour dates.

COIN—Chase Lawrence (vocals/keys), Joe Memmel (guitar/vocals), Ryan Winnen (drums) and Zach Dyke (bass)— has made a name for themselves with their modern approach to their alternative-pop hits. The band’s memorable live stage presence landed them a sold-out headline U.S. tour.  They have opened for The 1975, Young The Giant, Passion Pit and made debut appearances at major music festivals such as Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Firefly Festival, and Life is Beautiful. Together, their ability to craft undeniably catchy songs have garnered them 60+ million streams on Spotify.

COIN The North American Tour 2018:

02/09/18

New York, NY

Irving Plaza

02/10/18

Washington, DC

9:30 Club

02/11/18

Philadelphia, PA

The TLA

02/13/18

Boston, MA

Paradise Rock Club

02/16/18

Toronto, ON

The Mod Club

02/17/18

Detroit, MI

St. Andrew’s Hall

02/18/18

Cleveland, OH

House of Blues

02/22/18

Columbus, OH

Newport Music Hall

02/23/18

Louisville, KY

Mercury Ballroom

02/24/18

Chicago, IL

House of Blues

02/25/18

Minneapolis, MN

Fine Line Music Café

02/27/18

St. Louis, MO

Delmar Hall

02/28/18

Kansas City, MO

The Truman

03/02/18

Dallas, TX

Granada Theatre

03/03/18

Houston, TX

White Oak Music Hall Downstairs

03/04/18

Austin, TX

Scoot Inn

03/06/18

Phoenix, AZ

The Van Buren

03/09/18

Los Angeles, CA

The Fonda Theatre

03/10/18

San Francisco, CA

The Filmore

03/12/18

Portland, OR

Wonder Ballroom

03/13/18

Vancouver, BC

The Biltmore Vabaret

03/14/18

Seattle, WA

The Showbox

03/16/18

Salt Lake City, UT

The Depot

03/17/18

Englewood, CO

Gothic Theatre

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