COIN – ” Indigo Violet ” EP

Posted: October 28, 2020 in MUSIC

There’s just something soecial about Coin. Year after year they give us what we all came for: indie pop escapism. And while the signature sound has certainly matured, they’ve never lost their roots. The trio which consists of Chase Lawrence, Ryan Winnen, and Joe Memmel, started back in 2012. Since then, they’ve reached over 4 million monthly listeners on Spotify and over 23.5 million views on Youtube. Together, these men have fused colour and music in a way that can’t just be categorized as “catchy.” They are a form of escapism. Take our advice, and turn on Coin while you’re driving in the car with the windows down. You’ll forget about all the bad stuff. The beat will absorb you, and the euphoria will boil to the surface.

The boys sure know how to greet you with serotonin: a hint of groovy rock, colorful pop, and eclectic guitar led-tunes. Their newest project is ‘Indigo Violet,’ a four-track EP, fueled with reliability. “‘Indigo Violet’ is the first movement of our full concept – Rainbow Mixtape,”, “IV is a collection of songs written over the past few months. Thematically, it deals with patience & oneness – rational songs about what it means to be human. Sonically, the EP is influenced by early 2000s emotive rock – big sounding songs with little production.”

The video for “Sort It Out” dropped this week, clad with performing robotic animals in clothes and the pop musicality we never fail to miss from Coin.

“Sort It Out” is from the EP Indigo Violet, the first movement of the Rainbow Mixtapes.

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