Forthcoming on Geographic...
Spinning Coin

Spinning Coin is the result of four miscreants from Glasgow's music scene, who began playing gigs in their home city just over a year ago.

Torn and tattered indie rock, the band's eccentric, highly individual songwriting soon caught the attention of The Pastels' own Stephen McRobbie.

A huge fan - he even took their current promo shot, up yonder - Stephen has now signed Spinning Coin to his own Geographic imprint. New cut 'Albany' seals the deal.

Out on April 15th, vocalist Sean says this: "'Albany' is a song that remains from a short period spent living in a flat with the address 'Albany Mews' on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow. It was in the lead up to the Scottish referendum. I was very angry about politics at that time, and had begun to feel that the UK government and mainstream press were working together on instilling a basic distrust among people who might otherwise have united and voted for something more fair, and favourable to the majority. I wanted to express something opposite to that; and instead to promote tolerance, respect, and diversity."

Check it out now.

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