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COIN has made a habit of creating infectious, turn-up-the-volume alt-pop bangers, but the Nashville outfit's more intimate new offering "Let It All Out (10:05)" is something special.

The new track, which was recorded in one take, is said to have come out of a time of "anxiousness and uncertainty." Towards the end of the song, during a prayerful outro, the band says their mic cable cut out. "I like to think it happened for a reason," says frontman Chase Lawrence.

The song is a preview of the band's upcoming album Dreamland, which is out on Jan. 24. It starts out with a calm, LANY-esque verse, but it quickly builds into a massive, choir-infused, almost spiritual experience, perhaps reflective of the time and setting in which it was created.

"From Nashville to Seoul to London to Los Angeles, we recorded everywhere but a studio," says Lawrence of the upcoming album. "For the past two years, we made this album in green rooms, bedrooms, airplanes [and] buses. Dreamland is a patchwork quilt of everywhere we’ve been — a sonic journal of orchestras, out of tune guitars, church choirs [and] iPhone voice memos."

In addition to the new music, COIN has a spring tour planned. And while they don't mention anything about SXSW, there is a curious opening in their schedule during the fest in March, with an absence of Austin dates despite shows scheduled in Houston and Dallas in April.

Watch the video for "Let It All Out (10:05)" below.

COIN's live schedule:
03/10 — Tampa, FL — The Ritz Ybor
03/12 — Orlando, FL — House of Blues Orlando
03/13 — Atlanta, GA — Tabernacle
03/14 — Nashville, TN — Ryman Auditorium
03/15 — Charlotte, NC — The Fillmore Charlotte
03/19 — Boston, MA — House of Blues Boston
03/20 — Asbury Park, NJ — The Stone Pony
03/21 — Baltimore, MD — Baltimore Soundstage
03/22 — Philadelphia, PA — Theatre of Living Arts
03/24 — Pittsburgh, PA — Roxian Theatre
03/26 — Detroit, MI — Saint Andrew’s Hall
03/27 — Cleveland, OH — House of Blues Cleveland
03/28 — Columbus, OH — Express Live!
03/31 — Denver, CO — Ogden Theatre
04/01 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Complex
04/03 — San Diego, CA — The Observatory North Park
04/04 — Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern
04/06 — Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren
04/09 — Houston, TX — House of Blues Houston
04/10 — Dallas, TX — South Side Ballroom
04/11 — Kansas City, MO — The Truman
04/12 — Minneapolis, MN — Varsity Theater