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COIN 10/26/2021 at Iron City | Dylan Basden Photography

Concert Review: COIN at Iron City

October 27th, 2021 | Birmingham, AL

COIN kick off their Rainbow Dreamland Tour in Birmingham last night to a sold out crowd.

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COIN 10/26/2021 at Iron City | Dylan Basden Photography

After having to cut their tour short in 2020, COIN returns to the big stage in support of their last two albums, Dreamland and Rainbow Mixtape. The band has played at Iron City on numerous occasions, with their most recent featuring Dayglow as the opener. 

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COIN 10/26/2021 at Iron City | Dylan Basden Photography

Fusing pop and alternative rock, COIN drew in a younger crowd who were ready to party. Party they did. Commanding stage presence, energetic performances, and expert musicianship combined to bring a full show. A fantastic lighting package sealed the deal.

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COIN 10/26/2021 at Iron City | Dylan Basden Photography

The band Valley opened up the show with a warm welcome. The Canadian pop stars were a perfect match with COIN, who historically has had great support. Their energetic frontman and danceable tunes got the crowd ready and roaring for COIN.

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COIN 10/26/2021 at Iron City | Dylan Basden Photography


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COIN 10/26/2021 at Iron City | Dylan Basden Photography

COIN's set covered almost all the bases, from the big hits "Talk Too Much" and "Crash My Car" to slower tracks like "Cemetery". A notable track that was missing was the song that put them on the map, "Run", from their debut self titled album. It appears to have been absent from their live shows for a quite a while now. Their setlist is below:

          1. Chapstick

          2. Into My Arms

          3. I Want It All

          4. I Don't Wanna Dance

          5. Simple romance

          6. Growing Pains

          7. Don't Cry, 2020

          8. Valentine

          9. Cemetery

          10. Babe Ruth

          11. Let It All Out

          12. Malibu 1992

          13. You Are the Traffic

          14. Youuu

          15. Sprite

          16. Crash My Car

          17. Fingers Crossed

          -

          18. Sagittarius Superstar

          19. Talk Too Much

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COIN 10/26/2021 at Iron City | Dylan Basden Photography

Birmingham was just the beginning of a 32-night run of mostly sold out shows. Valley will follow the band until Thanksgiving, where Mazie will eventually pick up. You can see their remaining dates below:

          10/27 Nashville, TN — Ryman Auditorium* (SOLD OUT)

          10/29 Chicago, IL — House of Blues* (SOLD OUT)

          10/30 St. Louis, MO — Del Mar* (SOLD OUT)

          11/02 Minneapolis, MN — Varsity Theater* (SOLD OUT)

          11/03 Kansas City, MO — The Truman* (SOLD OUT)

          11/05 Denver, CO — The Summit* (SOLD OUT)

          11/06 Salt Lake City, UT — The Complex* (SOLD OUT)

          11/08 Portland, OR — Revolution Hall*

          11/09 Vancouver, BC — Rio Theatre* (SOLD OUT)

          11/11 Seattle, WA — Showbox Sodo*

          11/13 Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern* (SOLD OUT)

          11/15 San Diego, CA — Observatory North Park* (SOLD OUT)

          11/17 Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren* (SOLD OUT)

          11/19 Dallas, TX — Southside Ball Room*

          11/20 Austin, TX — Emo’s* (SOLD OUT)

          11/21 Houston, TX — House of Blues*

          11/29 Orlando, FL — House of Blues^

          11/30 Tampa, FL — The Ritz Ybor^

          12/02 Charolette, NC — Fillmore^ (SOLD OUT)

          12/03 Atlanta, GA — Tabernacle^ (SOLD OUT)

          12/04 Louisville, KY — Mercury Ballroom^

          12/06 Indianapolis, IN — Deluxe^

          12/08 Cleveland, OH — House of Blues^

          12/10 Columbus, OH — Express Live^

          12/11 Detroit, MI — St. Andrew’s Hall^ (SOLD OUT)

          12/12 Pittsburg, PA — Roxian Theatre^

          12/14 Boston, MA — House of Blues^ (SOLD OUT)

          12/15 Philadelphia, PA — TLA^ (SOLD OUT)

          12/17 Asbury Park, NJ — Stone Pony^ (SOLD OUT)

          12/18 New York, NY — Webster Hall^ (SOLD OUT)

          12/19 Baltimore, MD — Soundstage^ (SOLD OUT)

          * with Valley
          ^ with Mazie
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COIN 10/26/2021 at Iron City | Dylan Basden Photography

COIN continues to impress with their lives shows. As the band continues to grow, I can only see their shows getting better and better, with even higher production value. Expect them to return to the Magic City sooner rather than later.


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