Coastal Club Drop New Single “conversation” Ahead of Upcoming Album


Ahead of their new EP All of the Things You Said, set to come out July 19, native Cincinnati rockers Coastal Club released their latest single “conversation” on May 17. The band’s newest track is said to be one of their favorites off the upcoming album, citing it as a fun song to listen to and jam out to live.

Opening up as a crooning and romantic track, “conversation” picks up to an incredibly upbeat and lively pace nearly at 90 seconds in, amping up listeners with a beat that screams summer and sunshine. Expressing the longing of a hopeless romantic, “conversation” is spoken from a narrator who, despite their inability to carry one on, is desperate for just one conversation with the one their heart longs for. Equal parts charming and cheeky, “conversation” is a definitive track from the Nashville-based outfit.

“conversation” is the second single to be released ahead of Coastal Club’s newest album since their 2020 EP i get nervous sometimes. The album’s first single “Cigarettes” came out on April 12 and the band says they will put out one more single before the album’s release in July. A song that flows like the ocean and rides like your favorite hot rod, “conversation” is an exciting, addicting, and nostalgic track from summer’s favorite indie group.

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Justice Petersen
Justice Petersen
Justice Petersen is a Chicago-based music journalist and freelance writer. She is a recent graduate from Columbia College Chicago, having earned a journalism major with a concentration in magazine writing and a minor in music business. Justice regularly contributes artist interviews, On Your Radar features and various other articles for Melodic Magazine, serving as an interviewer, writer and editor. She also writes for several other online magazine publications, including Ghost Cult Magazine, Chicago Music Guide and That Eric Alper, and her work has been featured in Sunstroke Magazine, Fever Dream Zine, ChicagoTalks and the Chicago Reader. Her favorite band is Metallica and her go-to coffee order is an iced vanilla oat milk latte with strawberry cold foam on top.

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