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Spinning Coin have shared their first new music since 2017, check out new single ‘Visions At The Stars’

The band have a handful of live shows planned for August, too.
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Published: 4:09 pm, July 31, 2019
Spinning Coin have shared their first new music since 2017, check out new single ‘Visions At The Stars’

Spinning Coin have dropped their brand new song, ‘Visions At The Stars’.

Their first new music since 2017’s debut album ‘Permo’, it’ll arrive as a 7” single on 30th August via The Pastels’ imprint Geographic Music.

“It's a celebration of the cosmos, and its infinite, ever-changing nature,” explains Sean Armstrong. “It's about how music came into my life like a wind blowing me around, and helped me to travel, and see things that inspired me to change the way I live.”

Check out the video for ‘Visions At The Stars’, filmed by the band in Berlin, below.

Catch Spinning Coin live:

AUGUST
03 The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
30 Frannz Club, Berlin w/ The Pastels
31 Sound of Bronkow Music Festival, Dresden

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