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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Zallo

COIN Bring as Vibe on ‘Nothing At All’

Despite the freezing below zero weather, it can already be declared that “I Want It All” by COIN will be the song of the summer with it’s glowy tone and feel good chorus about wanting that “love sick feeling… or nothing at all.” The Nashville based band provides a bright take on their new track that encapsulates the freedom and fun of a romantic high with their infectious lyrics about falling so deep that there’s “nothing like it, nothing at all.” The light and bouncy piano contributes to the luminous and imaginative setting the band created for their listeners to  express their own feelings and experiences about love. From the smoothness of the guitar to the care free attitude that oozes off of the singer, Chase Lawrence, “I Want It All” takes listeners to remember a love that they wanted so bad, causing even Lawrence to say, “I ‘m losing my mind, mind, mind. All or nothing, all or nothing.

Of course, “I Want It All” is expected to be a hit, especially given the fact that COIN has created other songs that reached extreme popularity, such as their pop indie anthem, “Talk Too Much”, which has accumulated over 61,586,990 streams and counting. COIN’s bright indie synth pop music continues to further prove the bands extreme talent to create feel good music that gushes and illuminates good vibes. “I Want It All” premiered on SiriusXM Alt Nation’s Advanced Placement and was co-written and produced by Mark Foster and Isom Innis (Foster the People), with additional production and mixing by Rich Costey (The Killers, Muse).

COIN is set to embark on their Spring 2019 North American headline tour next month. The 13-show tour will kick off on February 5 in Orlando and stops in major markets including New York, Chicago, San Francisco and more, before wrapping up on March 1 at the Los Angeles’ The Wiltern.

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