COIN played a wicked sold out show at Columbus, Ohio’s Newport Music Hall last Friday. Fans were camped out all day for the show, and completely packed the venue by the time COIN hit the stage.
The vibrant and fun Tessa Violet opened up the show, playing a number of songs of her 2016 EP Halloway, as well as her newer singles “Crush” and “Bad Ideas”:
If you haven’t seen COIN live yet, I’m sorry. COIN started their show in the most COIN way possible by announcing “Welcome Home,” before launching into “I Don’t Wanna Dance”. Fans were carried through a 16-song set with picks from their two studio albums, COIN and How Will You Know If You Never Try, plus singles off their upcoming album. The band finished up their show with “Talk Too Much” and “Fingers Crossed”, which saw singer Chase Lawrence jump into the crowd for a short surf. This was my 5th time seeing the band, and they never fail to amaze me: