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Posted April 11, 2018 by Mike Mineo in Pop
 
 

No Coast – “All in My Head”

Nashville indie-pop act No Coast impress on new track “All in My Head”, evolving from airy vocals and poppy guitar trickles into colorful guitar/synth interplay that’s fit for springtime’s incoming effervescence. By the track’s mid-way point, the aesthetic reminds of a cross between Cut Copy and The Shins — reaffirming this act’s knack for accessible and tightly wound hook-driven efforts, succeeding nicely on “All in my Head”. Per the band, the track  “represents the hardships and second guessing that comes naturally with the closing of a relationship.” No Coast certainly seem like they’re in for a big year.

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