‘Nothing Ever Changes’ , is the second track from Coastal Cities’ forthcoming double A side single ‘Entropic / Nothing Ever Changes’ , to be released through Once Upon A Time Records on 3rd June 2013. The one-vocal line chorus and prominent synth lines of ‘Nothing Ever Changes’ , bolstered by some very neat duet guitar work, show that Coastal Cities don’t just write songs, but write future festival classics. You can see why they couldn’t chose an A side for the single, and went with the double. [...]
Young indie pop 5-piece Coastal Cities have announced the release of their new double A-side single "Entropic" / "Nothing Ever Changes", out June 3 on Once Upon A Time Records. The first song to surface "Entropic" is a fresh and addictive track which has summer vibes pumping through its veins. It was produced by Hugh Worskett ( Delphic ) and mixed by Adrian Bushby ( The Rapture , Two Door Cinema Club ). Coastal Cities - Entropic Coastal Cities boast a sound fuelled by jagged funked-up guitars, [...]
Coastal Cities will be releasing a double A-sided single, 'Entropic' / 'Nothing Ever Changes' on the 3rd of June on Once Upon a Time Records. They want you to have a remix of 'Entropic' by Crash and the Coots for absolutely free. And if you want to hear the original version, we've embedded the video below of the song too. Click here to view the embedded video.
Coastal Cities' double A side single "Entropic / Nothing Ever Changes" is released June 3rd on Once Upon A Time Records. You can Pre-Order the single now on iTunes . Video filmed by Fauveboy in association with Xuuki.
Look at those boys up there. They're clean-cut, innocent, baby-faced. Are they ASOS models or musicians? It's hard to tell. Obviously their ' Entropic ' single proved Coastal Cities to be quite the big draw, but someone needed to ruffle those hairdos, stir things up a bit. Cue Crash and the Coots. The Neu favourites who've had our hearts in their pockets since Spring 2012 recently released a new EP, graced the stage at one of our 'Hello 2013' nights and continued to sport loon-pop veering on the edge of being too [...]
Buckinghamshire youngsters Coastal Cities return with a new single and video for “Entropic”. Keeping true to the title’s name, the overly fun tune has plenty of jungle influences and is oozing out infectious energy. Interjecting clips of live performance and vacation-esque goodness, the boys clearly want to live it up during the Sunshine days. Once the maraca breakdown happens, a full on party ensues. The track will be out June 3rd. Pre-order .
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Two Door Cinema Club, Foals, The Drums Song: Coastal Cities - Entropic [download here ] What's so good? Detention [...]
We have an outstanding playlist for you today featuring a ton of new music, new bands, and even some new videos in the mix! It's wicked, it's on a weekend, and it's a playlist... It's AMBY's Wicked Weekend Playlist! Enjoy! X Coastal Cities- Entropic Pan Aurora- Digital Bliss Last Good Tooth- What's What I Do Fur Trade- Kids These Days Hot Panda- [...]
Introducing Entropic by Coastal Cities. Young & Indie. 802s-tinged keyboard riffs. Feel good summer vibes. All the stuff we love on MUZU.TV... The band have announced the release of their double A side single ‘Entropic / Nothing Ever Changes’, released through Once Upon A Time Records. This young 5 piece ... The post Coastal Cities - Entropic Music Video appeared first on MUZU.TV Blog .
Apparently I am just going to listen to happy beach-y sounding songs until the non beach-y Phoenix summer kills me, that I am guessing will happen mid August at best if not earlier. There ARE better ways to die, but there are most definitely worse ones too. Example of worse... Heart attack WHILST listening to Demi Lavoto's "Heart Attack" . That would be a very confusing/conflicted death, on one hand you would be pretty upset and surprised that you were dying, on the other hand you would be relieved that you no longer had to [...]
The Voyage by Coastal Cities! Our Song of the Day can be heard beneath or over on the left sidebar throughout AMBY. Enjoy! Band Links: Interview // Facebook // Twitter // BandCamp // Alicia Atout
Coastal Cities have announced the release of their double A side single ‘Entropic / Nothing Ever Changes’ , released through Once Upon A Time Records and will be available for download and on 7” vinyl. This young 5 piece - who boast a sound fuelled by jagged funked-up guitars, 80's tinged keyboard riffs and youthful summer vibes - will see the follow up to last year’s ‘Relief / The Voyage’ single released on 3rd June 2013 . Their previous releases saw them gain some impressive [...]
We've been following this band for a while, and they're still doing their thing! The young band from High Wycombe have revealed a brand new song yesterday (via clashmusic.com) and we've got the video streaming here today! "Entropic" is released 3rd June for Download and on 7" - Pre-order coming soon, but do keep an eye on this lot, they're STILL young and have got a long future ahead of them, I suspect great things will come of them soon! Follow / [...]
As we bring you our second slew of our Best Songs of 2012, keep in mind that as the numbers get closer to 1, our decisions were just that ...
Just came back from The XX live in Paris (at le 104, which is conveniently located 30 seconds down the street from my place, nothing too fancy up in here, really it's the pits). Had a pleasant time with Sabby (Editor of WS.fr with me and one half of the parentals : Mother). We had an enjoyable smooth night sailing through the short-ish set of London's muched talked about trio. They performed a good selection from both Albums and a brilliant rendition of Wham's classic 'All I Want For Christmas". Not to mention some pretty slick guitar and instrumentals on [...]
London indie-dance band comprised of five teenagers who met in school detention. Heavily influenced by The Smiths and other eighties new wave. Coastal Cities are the UK’s next bright young things” (Neon Gold, US) “Better make room for a new band crush” (Nylon Magazine, US) “What we actually have here is a set of young creative artists that have [...]
Each day I go through multiple music submissions from up-and-coming artists, as well as their managers and fans. I really enjoy a lot of the music I receive, and I’ve decided that the best way for me to post all the songs I like is to share a couple of them at a time, every couple weeks. Check out this week’s featured artists: Coastal Cities - The Voyage Website // Facebook Page Profecy - Walk With Me Website // Facebook Page Blonde on Blonde - Are You Entertained Website // Facebook Page PAPERCUTZ - Where Beasts Die Website // Facebook [...]
No, we don't desperate while listening to commercial radio stations. We know some shinning minds are out there creating musical master-pieces, and some of them are not old enough to be admitted at their own concert places. With the 5 members of Coastal Cities having literally just finished school, 'Relief' is a song about the desperation of youth to break out and start living their dreams. It is the bands second single and comes backed with another new song 'The Voyage'. Both tracks were recorded earlier this year in Hackney with new up and coming British [...]
Following last year’s Think Tank EP , Coastal Cities return with another slice of intelligent, uplifting guitar-pop. Both ‘Relief’ and the single’s B-Side ‘The Voyage’ see the young five piece brimming with confidence,their enormously catchy, danceable tracks turning more than a few heads and storming the radio waves. ‘Relief’ isn’t out until 30th July but you can download a free copy of ‘The Voyage’ below ... You may also enjoy...: [...]
Some of you will remember that we posted about the new Coastal Cities [ Twitter / Facebook ] single a while back. If you don't, allow us to refresh your memory: this here is Relief . You should go listen to it, chiefly because it's a great song, and is going to be this lot's new single. It's out next week. If you're anything like us, you appreciate a good B-side. Chances are that you appreciate free downloads too. Why not have both, then? Arguably, we prefer this to the A-side: The Voyage is the flip-side to the new [...]