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Relief available on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/relief-single/id548287526?uo=4
Teenage five-piece, Coastal Cities are set to release a new single on Once Upon A Time Records on the 30th of July 2012.
‘Relief’, a song about the desperation of youth to break out and start living their dreams, is the bands second single and comes backed with another new song ‘The Voyage’. Both tracks were recorded earlier this year in Hackney, London, with new British producer Hugh Worskett.
Available to download, the new single is the follow up to their recent debut ‘Think Tank’ EP which was released in December 2011 and picked up airplay from amongst others Huw Stephens, Jen Long and Rob Da Bank at Radio 1, Steve Lamacq and Chris Hawkins at 6 Music, XFM’s John Kennedy, Charlie Ashcroft and Paul Lester at Amazing Radio amongst others.
Coastal Cities formed 2009 in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, when Declan (guitar/vocals), Sean (guitar) and Lewis (drums) met in school detention and discovered a mutual love of 80's New Wave and dance music as well as a shared lethargy with the pop-punk/hardcore bands that dominated the local music scene. The three started practicing together in a family garden shed and after recruiting Dan (bass) and William (keys). Although the band have so far only played a handful of live shows they are developing a growing fanbase and can count The Drums as well as the aforementioned radio disc jockeys among their followers.
Coastal Cities will play the following shows over the Summer, more dates will be announced in the very near future.
JUN 15TH STRANGER DANGER @ 93 FT EAST , LONDON
JUL 04TH SIMPLY RAD @ QUEEN OF HOXTON, LONDON
AUG 17TH BELUSHI'S, BATH W/ CRASH & THE COOTS
SEP 01ST 1234 FESTIVAL, SHOREDITCH, LONDON
OCT 27TH THE DRY BAR, MANCHESTER, UK
“These young kids should make followers very soon. You only need to hear the irresistible Think Tank to be convinced” Les Inrocks (FR)
“Coastal Cities are the UK's next bright young things” Neon Gold (US)
“Better make room for a new band crush” Nylon Magazine (US)
“Coastal Cities display a collective union that all the best groups possess” Breaking More Waves (UK)
“What we actually have here is a set of young creative artists that have produced an EP of such skillful design that it simply cannot be ignored” The Recommender (UK)
Release date: Jul 30, 2012