‘Permo’ will be released on 10th November via The Pastels’ Domino imprint Geographic Music. It’s been recorded with Edwyn Collins at his AED Studios as well as Green Door Studio, and sees their two major songwriters Sean Armstrong and Jack Mellin coming into their own with the rest of the band. Across the course of the fourteen tracks, they’re set to exchange words on a record that will see the band covering a variety of musical terrains, with extra vocals coming from The Pastels’ Katrina Mitchell and Breakfast Muff’s Simone Wilson. See the tracklisting below.
01. Raining On Hope Street
03. Money For Breakfast
04. Money Is A Drug
05. Metronome River
07. Floating With You
08. Be Free
12. Starry Eyes
13. Running With The World
14. I Feel The Need To Be An Actor
To coincide with the announcement, the band have also shared a brand new video for new singe ‘Sleepless’. Later this year, Spinning Coin are also set to hit the road around the UK with Girl Ray, and they’ll be supporting Dinosaur Jr. when they hit Glasgow for two dates. Tickets for their dates with Girl Ray are on sale now. They’re also playing an album launch show at Mono in Glasgow in November, and heading out on a few headline dates, which are on sale now.
Watch the video for ‘Sleepless’ and see Spinning Coin’s upcoming UK tour dates below.
30 Glasgow, Tenement Trail Festival
21 Bristol, Simple Things Festival
29 Liverpool, Liverpool Music Week
30 London, Old Blue Last (Free Gig)
01 Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
02 Sheffield, Picture House Social
03 Newcastle, Think Tank Underground (w/ Girl Ray)
04 Leeds, Wharf Chambers
05 Birmingham, Hare and Hounds (w/ Girl Ray)
06 Oxford, The Cellar (w/ Girl Ray)
07 Bristol, The Louisiana (w/ Girl Ray)
09 London, Scala (w/ Girl Ray)
10 Salford, The White Hotel (w/ The Pastels)
17 Glasgow, Mono (Album Launch)
10 Glasgow, The Art School (w/ Dinosaur Jr. – Sold Out)
11 Glasgow, The Art School (w/ Dinosaur Jr.)
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