Coach Party have shared new EP teaser, ‘Nothing Is Real’

The track is a taster of their third EP 'Nothing Is Real', set to land on 29th April via Chess Club Records.
Coach Party
Photo credit: Hattie Neate

Coach Party have shared the title-track from their upcoming EP.

The track is a taster from ‘Nothing Is Real’, set to land on 29th April via Chess Club Records.

Frontwoman Jess Eastwood says: “This third EP is much more of a self-contained piece of work as far as we’re concerned; it has a vibe that we think is different to anything that we’ve done before, and maybe to whatever we do next. So much happened in that time, but in parallel it’s like nothing happened at all. There’s been an extreme balance of positive and negative life events, a lot of repetition but without any sense of routine, optimism but lack of confidence, huge achievements and crushing setbacks – it literally feels like the time spent writing and recording this EP wasn’t real. Maybe it wasn’t. We wanted each song to be its own event, and to make a record which couldn’t be played from start to finish without demanding attention.”

Check it out below, and catch the band on tour throughout spring.

Coach Party are set to hit the road later this month supporting The Mysterines. You can check out their upcoming shows below.

March
23 The Garage 2, Glasgow*
24 Social, Hull*
25 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds*
26 Mash, Cambridge*
30 Band On The Wall, Manchester*
31 Castle & Falcon, Birmingham*

1 Electric Ballroom, London*
2 Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool*
13 V11, Rotterdam
14 Kavka Zappa, Antwerp
15 AFAS Live, Amsterdam (Franz Ferdinand Afterparty)
16 Paaspop Festival, Schijndel
17 Melkweg Upstairs, Amsterdam
18 Merlyn, Nijmegen
28 Oslo, London
29 The Leopard, Doncaster
30 Apr – 1 Stag & Dagger

May
4 The Horn, St Albans
5 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
6 Esquires, Bedford
7 Voodoo Daddy’s, Norwich
9 Louisiana, Bristol
10 Portland Arms, Cambridge
11 Firebug, Leicester
12 Heartbreakers, Southampton
14 Great Escape, Brighton
18 Edge of the Wedge, Portsmouth
21 Stade De France^
25 Sixty Million Postcards, Bournemouth
26 The Face Bar, Reading
27 Forum, Tunbridge Wells
28-29 Dot To Dot Festival

June
4 Live At Leeds In The Park

July
9 Exit Festival, Serbia
22 Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
23 Truck Festival, Oxford
29 YNot Festival, Derbyshire

August
27 Victorious Festival, Portsmouth

*supporting The Mysterines
^supporting Indochine

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