A R I Z O N A
Sat · May 13, 2017
$20.50 - $23.50
This event is 12 and over
All patrons must have a valid form of identification present, regardless of age, at the time of entry for all 18+ and 21+ shows and events.
No backpacks, large bags or large purses allowed. Maximum Size 4.5″ x 6.5"
No professional audio/visual or any digital recording equipment will be allowed into the venue, without prior permission and arrangements. You must be on the artist photo pass list in order to enter with cameras with detachable lenses.http://www.thesocial.org/event/1432055/
The group has since toured non-stop with acts such as Walk The Moon, Passion Pit, Young the Giant, Neon Trees and others, perfecting their sound and energetic live performance. Billboard hailed them as ‘new wave crash-course survivors,’ destined to ‘break the Nashville mold.’ SPIN, NYLON, and Stereogum praised them as up-and-comers to watch. In May 2016, COIN released a well-received preview of their second album with an infectious new single called “Talk Too Much,” which singer Chase Lawrence has described as an impromptu change-of-pace from intensive touring: “The song came out easier than any song I've ever written. We had just come off of a two-month tour and we wanted to slow it down to the likes of 80's new wave. It’s a song about my inability to leave things unsaid.” The track has struck a resounding chord with both pop and alternative fans alike due to its presence on a multitude of Spotify and Pandora Playlists, the continued support of Alt Nation and FM stations across the country. COIN’s second album will be released in Spring of 2017.
together, the boys in A R I Z O N A came together
as a trio in an apartment in Boston, their makeshift studio the counterweight to the lofty halls of East Coast music . In a string of
infinite sessions during their time at both Berklee College of Music and Emerson College, Nate (guitar) hopped on a session with David (keys) and Zach (vocals), and all the moving pieces came together in a way that would reincarnate itself in many different fashions before eventually becoming the group now known as "A R I Z O N A". The three songwriter/producers from Jersey shared an obsession with the far left, sometimes even obscure side of music, but were even more romanced by the brutal honesty of pop topline and lyrics. Their music - including "I Was Wrong," "Where I Wanna Be," "Let Me Touch Your Fire," and "People Crying Every Night" - creates new shapes and boundaries to span genres, time periods and styles, all focusing on the naked human tropes contained in the traditional pop narrative: love, loss, the need for raw unhinged expression.
The years and cities came and went, and it took until just last year for these old friends to point their focus finally inward. Thus, the band was formed, and they were no longer just the writers or
producers; they were the performers.
Over the past few months, the trio'smusic has incited an exponentially upward curve of massive fan engagement
and early success with tens of millions of streams across Soundcloud, Spotify,
YouTube and more. A R I Z O N A joined the social savvy co-conspirators at Atlantic Records and Artist Publishing Group at the close of 2015 and are currently working on their debut album.
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