- Follow-up release to the hugely successful 2016 debut album
- Producedand written with Dan Bryer (Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Niall Horan), Tim Larcombe (Lana Del Ray) and Duncan Mills (The Vaccines, Jake Bugg)
- 38-date nationwide UK tour in September – October 2017
On 18 August 2017, COASTS will release their eagerly anticipated new album ‘This Life’ via High Time Records. Available to pre-order worldwide from 23 June, this record is the follow up to their self-titled debut chart album in 2016. Packed full of poppy hooks, rocky riffs and big choruses, ‘This Life’ is the product of 12-months intensive studio work by the band, recording in collaboration with producers Dan Bryer, who has worked with Rag ‘N’ Bone Man and Niall Horan, Tim Larcombe, whohas produced Lana Del Rey, Halsey and The Hunna, and Duncan Mills, who has been credited on The Vaccines and Jake Bugg’s releases.
Forming in 2011 as students in Bristol, COASTS have established a huge fanbase that has seen the band sell out venues across the globe, as well as massive homecomings,including an unforgettable night at Camden’s Roundhouse last year. Having clocked up millions of streams, 130,000 Facebook likes and over 100,000 sales thanks to singles such asModern Love, A Rush of Blood, and the BBC Radio 1 playlisted You and Oceans, COASTS career has taken them to the very top of the game, with appearances at major festivals suchas Coachella, Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds and Lollapalooza.
Album opener Take Me Back Home instantly draws you in. The tight rhythm section, consisting of drummer Ben Street and bassist James Gamage, is complemented with finesse byguitarist Liam Willford and keyboardist David Goulbourn. With its powerful four-to-the-floor chorus, vocalist Chris Caines croons to the listener: “Take me back home, where thesky is glittering gold”, embodying the joys of the success the boys have had whilst touring the world.
‘This Life’ also explores themes of growing up and self-discovery. From falling in love on Heart Starts Beating, to feeling broken in the anthemic track Tomorrow, the release successfully portrays the expert songwriting ability the band has developed over time.
Following a sell-out UK club tour in May 2017, COASTS are touring the length and breadth of the UK in support of their new record. The 38-date tour will allow fans to get up close andpersonal to the band, as well as be some of the first people to experience the new material being performed live. The dates kick off on 15
September in Aberdeen, Scotland, come to London on 5 October, and conclude with a show on 29 October in Brighton, England.
Tickets will be available for purchase on 23 June from Music Glue.
COASTS will play the following dates in 2017 –
September 15 Aberdeen, Scotland – The Tunnels
September 16 Edinburgh, Scotland – Liquid Rooms
September 17 Glasgow, Scotland – The Garage
September 18 Carlisle, England – The Brickyard
September 19 Sunderland, England – Indiependent
September 20 Newcastle, England – Riverside
September 21 York, England – Fibbers
September 22 Sheffield, England – Leadmill
September 23 Manchester, England – Sound Control
September 25 Liverpool, England – Studio 2
September 26 Stoke, England – The Exchange
September 27 Gloucester, England – Guild Hall
September 28 Cardiff, Wales – Clwb Ifor Bach
September 29 Bristol, England – SWX
September 30 Bath, England – Moles
October 1 Oxford, England – The Bullingdon
October 2 Southampton, England – Joiners
October 3 Plymouth, England – The Underground
October 4 Southend, England – Chinnerys
October 5 London, England – Electric Ballroom
October 8 St Albans, England – The Horn
October 9 Hitchin, England – Club 85
October 10 Bedford, England – Esquires
October 11 Cambridge, England – Cambridge Junction
October 12 Leicester, England – The Cookie
October 13 Coventry, England – Kasbah
October 15 Leamington, England – Zyphyr
October 16 Norwich, England – Arts Centre
October 17 Peterborough, England – Met Lounge
October 18 Birmingham, England – Mama Roux’s
October 19 Hastings, England – Brass Monkeys
October 20 Brighton, England – The Haunt
October 22 Reading, England – Sub 89
October 23 Leeds, England – Church
October 25 Lincoln, England – The Platform
October 26 Exeter, England – Cavern
October 27 Guildford, England – Boiler Room
October 30 Nottingham, England – Glee