Coastal Cities - "Entropic" (video)

by Sarah Zupko

11 April 2013

Coastal Cities is a young UK group that peppers their jangle poppy tunes with angular slices of post-punk guitar.
 

It’s a winning combination that has seen the band play at last year’s Les Inrocks Festival in Paris, as well as draw praise from Nylon Magazine and Clash Magazine. Now Coastal Cities has released a double A-side single featuring “Entropic” backed with “Nothing Ever Changes”. “Entropic” is a summerly blast of jangle joy and has us eagerly awaiting whatever is next for this outfit.
  


TOUR DATES
15th April   London, Birthdays w/Father Sculptor
18th April   London, House Of Wolf (H.O.W.L in association with Spindle)
29th April   Reading, ARE YOU LISTENING? Festival (In aid of Mencap)

 

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