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Spinning Coin Share Video For New Song “Get High”

Hyacinth Due Out This Friday via Geographic Music

Feb 19, 2020

Glasgow, Scotland-formed indie guitar-pop four-piece Spinning Coin are releasing their sophomore album, Hyacinth, this Friday via Geographic Music, an imprint of Domino. Now they have shared another song from it, "Get High," via a self-directed video for the track. More

Spinning Coin Share Video For New Song “Ghosting”

Hyacinth Due Out February 21 via Geographic Music

Jan 16, 2020

Glasgow, Scotland-formed indie guitar-pop four-piece Spinning Coin are releasing their sophomore album, Hyacinth, on February 21 via Geographic Music, an imprint of Domino spearheaded by the Scottish band The Pastels. Now they have shared another song from it, "Ghosting," via a video for the track. More

SXSW Music 2018 Announces 570 More Artists

Low, Ought, Gaz Coombes, Girl Ray, Sunflower Bean, U.S. Girls, Hinds, and More Added to the List

Jan 10, 2018

SXSW (aka South By Southwest), the annual conference/festival in Austin, Texas, previously announced the first round of 2018 musical performers, as well as the second round. Now they have announced the third round of artists to be performing during the music portion (there's also film and interactive portions) in 2018 and it's a long list featuring 570 artists! More

Spinning Coin Announce Debut Album, Share “Sleepless” Video

Permo Due Out November 10 via Geographic Music

Sep 07, 2017

Promising new Glasgow Scotland indie guitar-pop 5-piece Spinning Coin have announced their debut album, Permo, and shared a video for its first single, "Sleepless." Permo is due out November 10 via Geographic Music, an imprint of Domino spearheaded by the Scottish band The Pastels. More



Reviews

Hyacinth

Hyacinth

Domino

Mar 04, 2020

Hyacinth, the second album from Spinning Coin, is a supposed bold step forward for this Glasgow/Berlin quartet. But the theoretical doesn't translate to reality as the 13 tracks offered here tread in conventional guitar pop waters, hardly a bold move. More