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Spinning Coin Announce Debut Album, Share “Sleepless” Video

Permo Due Out November 10 via Geographic Music

Sep 07, 2017
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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. Check out the "Sleepless" video below, followed by the album's tracklist and cover art.

Spinning Coin features Sean Armstrong (vocals, guitar), Cal Donnelly (bass), Jack Mellin (vocals, guitar), Rachel Taylor (vocals, keyboards), and Chris White (drums), with Armstrong and Mellin being the main songwriters. Permo was recorded with Edwyn Collins (Orange Juice) at his AED Studios, as well as with Stu Evans at Green Door Studio. The Pastels' Katrina Mitchell and Breakfast Muff's Simone Wilson both guest on the album. Spinning Coin have previously opened for both Teenage Fanclub and Real Estate, which, along with The Pastels, are all decent sign posts for the band's sound.

Permo Tracklist:

1. Raining on Hope Street
2. Tin
3. Money For Breakfast
4. Money is a Drug
5. Metronome River
6. Magdalene
7. Floating With You
8. Be Free
9. Sides
10. Sleepless
11. Powerful
12. Starry Eyes
13. Running With the World
14. I Feel the Need to Be an Actor

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