VIDEO: INTERVIEW – COIN Talk “Growing Pains”, New Music, Artificial Intelligence

Nashville pop/rock band, COIN released their new single "Growing Pains" earlier this year, which was produced by Butch Walker (Weezer, Carly Rae Jepsen, Fall Out Boy), serving as a follow-up to the band's sophomore album, How Will You Know If You Never Try. The quartet recently wrapped up a sold-out North American headline tour with The Aces and will be heading back to the studio to record new music. COIN consists of Chase Lawrence (vocals/keys), Joe Memmel (guitar/vocals), Ryan Winnen (drums) and Zach Dyke (bass), and have shared the stage with The 1975, Young The Giant, Passion Pit

VIDEO: INTERVIEW – Chase Lawrence of COIN Talks Turning 25, “Talks Too Much”

Nashville-based band, COIN, broke through last year with B-Sides favorite, “Run”. The infectious track introduced the band to a growing and loyal fanbase to their self-described pop songs with rock instrumentation. Their wide-ranging influences of punk, new-wave and rock from artists such as, The Cure, Psychedelic Furs and The Ramones amongst others, can be clearly heard in their music. After touring in support of their self-titled album, the band took a break to work on the follow-up. Eager to get new music out to their fans, COIN released “Talk Too Much” ahead of the album, which

VIDEO: Interview – COIN Gets Burglarized in San Francisco, Talk “Run”

The track “Run” by COIN is catchy and infectious that has made it a favorite here at B-Sides.  The Nashville-based band just released their self-titled debut album and are touring through most of 2015 that includes dates with Neon Trees, Walk The Moon and a date at the landmark festival, Lollapalooza.  Forming while in college, the four members of COIN are affable and create music that’s fun and relatable, making for a great live show. 11773