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There’s an inviting camaraderie surrounding the Nashville foursome COIN that epitomizes a band truly coming into its own. But it’s on their hi-powered new sophomore album, How Will You Know If You Never Try, where they’re most blissfully in tune with the moment.Singled out by Amazon as their Breakthrough Artist of 2017, with Time Magazine including them in their list of 21 Musicians We Want To Hear From this year, the group reached outside the bounds and collectively inward to create a gleaming follow-up to their acclaimed 2016 self-titled Columbia Records debut. Enlisting energetic producers Tim Pagnotta (Walk The Moon, St. Lucia) and Andrew Maury (The Kooks, Lewis Del Mar), on the 11-track album, band members Chase Lawrence (vocals, keys), Joe Memmel (guitar, vocals), Ryan Winnen (drums), and Zach Dyke (bass), also co-produce many of the tracks. Songs include last year’s infectious lead-off track, “Talk Too Much,” which became a Top 10 Alternative radio smash, “I Don’t Wanna Dance,” and the raucous “Feeling.” COIN also collaborated with other songwriters for the first time (Chase and Zach went on an experimental 3-month L.A. creative bender prior to the album’s production), hailing the new album as the most natural and communicative effort of their 5 year career.Other standout tracks on the album are the wistful “Hannah,” the percolating “Heart Eyes,”(complete with change-of-pace piano outro), “Are We Alone,” which builds into a rapturous crescendo, and the album’s closer, “Malibu 1992,” purposefully reconfigured from a past EP and completely self-produced by the band.