COIN play electric show in Boston on their Uncanny Valley Tour



COIN made their way back to Boston for one of their biggest shows to date at MGM Music Hall Fenway and it was certainly one to remember. The energy that night was electric and you could feel it throughout the venue. Fans were excited to finally see their favorite band live again at one of their most memorable shows.  COIN are on tour in support of their 2022 album Uncanny Valley which features hit songs like “Chapstick”, “Cutie”, and Take The Stairs”. It’s one of their best albums to date and was met with love from fans all over the world. It’s very apparent that COIN have such a devoted fan base and they were out in full force at their Boston show.

Before COIN would take the stage, the night opened up with some fantastic music from Miloe who showed his appreciation for the Boston crowd for being one of the best he’s seen on tour. Miloe really got the crowd dancing and nodding to every song, prepping everyone for an unforgettable night ahead. After a spectacular performance from Miloe, COIN was ready to take center stage. The lights dimmed and the opening instrumental to “Watering a Dead Flower” played as the band came out to the roar of the crowd. It was a beautiful sight to see. The venue was rocking as COIN played all of their classic songs like “Talk Too Much”, and “Youuu” with a fantastic mix of songs from all of their albums that left the crowd highly satisfied. COIN certainly know how to put on an amazing show every night and this one was definitely one of their best. Lead singer Chase Lawrence took a moment to show his appreciation for the Boston crowd saying it’s one of his favorite shows to date and the energy everyone brought was unmatched. Boston knows how to party and the band was loving every minute of it. COIN closed out the euphoric night with fan favorite “Crash My Car” and the place went nuts. What a way to end an already unforgettable night. COIN and their fans will never forget this show for sure. You can’t miss out on all the action and fun that happens at a COIN show so be sure to check their tour dates here and catch a show near you!

Photos by Erin Crowley // full gallery here

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