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Thursday, November 07, 2019

Spinning Coin - "Feel You More Than World Right Now" [Rock & Alternative]

Feel You More Than World Right Now

"Feel You More Than World Right Now" music video by Spinning Coin
Added: 07-11-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Spinning Coin - Feel You More Than World Right Now (Official Video)

Spinning Coin - "Feel You More Than World Right Now", taken from 'Hyacinth', out 21st February 2020 on Geographic

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Directed by Joseph May
Original artwork by Rob Churm

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The members of the Glasgow quartet Spinning Coin had all been playing in bands, writing songs, and making the scene before they joined together to make fiercely ramshackle indie pop that reminded their future label head, Stephen Pastel, of a "feeling (he) had at the end of the Boy Hairdressers and the beginning of Teenage Fanclub." They formed in late 2014 ostensibly to back guitarist Sean Armstrong on a batch of his songs, but soon took the name Spinning Coin and became something more. Made up of Armstrong (guitar and vocals), Jack Mellin (guitar and vocals), Cal Donnelly (bass), and Chris White (drums), Spinning Coin began playing shows around their hometown and caught the ear of Fuzzkill Records, which released the band's self-titled five-song debut cassette in October of 2015. This recording and their live shows brought them to the attention of Geographic Music, a label run by the Pastels and sponsored by Domino. They home-recorded their first single, "Albany"/"Sides," released it in April of 2016, and soon got to work on a full-length album. Working with producer Stu Evans in Glasgow and Edwyn Collins at his studio in Helmsdale, the band added backing vocals from the Pastels' Katrina Mitchell and Tuff Love's Rachel Taylor. The album, Permo, was issued in November of 2017 by Geographic. Around that time, Spinning Coin added Taylor to the lineup as their keyboardist.

Tags : 2019, 10s, Spinning Coin

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