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Rainbow Dreamland illustration by Heather Skovlund for 360 Magazine

Rainbow Dreamland Tour

VALLEY TO JOIN COIN ON RAINBOW DREAMLAND NORTH AMERICAN TOUR IN FALL 2021, TICKETS ON SALE NOW

LISTEN TO LIKE 1999 BY VALLEY HERE

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

JUNO nominated, Canadian indie-pop band, VALLEY has announced their Fall 2021 North American tour in support of COIN. The 17-date tour run will begin on October 26 in Birmingham, AL, and go through November 21 in Houston, TX. The Rainbow Dreamland tour will be VALLEY’s return to the stage, bringing new music directly to their fans.

Most recently, VALLEY released their charmingly nostalgic single Like 1999 along with a video featuring TikTok star Boman. Fittingly, the track first gained momentum when the band posted a teaser of the song on their own TikTok. Since then, Like 1999 has garnered over 10 million global streams and become a form of escapism to fans waiting out the pandemic. Don’t miss your chance to see VALLEY live when shows return this Fall.

High-profile, high-octane – PAPER

A buoyant pop anthem full of emotion and fun, clever references, Like 1999 taps a sentimental vein Atwood Magazine

Taking the shape of a time capsule, the new track is an ode to the 1990s, shimmering with kaleidoscopic textures, sun-kissed melodies, and lush vocals that create an irresistible and dreamy sound. –  Gig Goer

In a world where, especially for artists, everything has been uncertain- VALLEY has cemented themselves as timeless. –  Unfiltered Zine

Tour Dates

October 26 – Birmingham, AL – Iron City Music Hall

October 27- Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium

October 29 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues

October 30 – St. Louis, MO – Del Mar

November 2 – Minneapolis, MN – Varsity Theater

November 3 – Kansas City, MO – The Truman

November 5 – Denver, CO – The Summit

November 6 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex

November 8 – Portland, OR – Revolution Hall

November 9 – Vancouver, BC Rio Theatre

November 11 – Seattle, WA – Showbox Sodo

November 13 – Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern

November 15 – San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park

November 17 – Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren

November 19 – Dallas, TX – South Side Ballroom

November 20 – Austin, TX – Emo’s

November 21 – Houston, TX – House of Blues

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Coin – Make It Stop

COIN UNVEIL CONCEPTUAL VIDEO FOR RECENTLY RELEASED MAKE IT STOP

NEW EP INDIGO-VIOLET OUT NOW

Alt-pop trio COIN unveil their latest music video today for Make It Stop, off of their recently released EP, Indigo-Violet. The dual-screened conceptual video chooses seemingly unintentional short clips that cleverly match the song’s lyrical content. Click HERE to watch!

About the meaning behind the song, lead singer Chase Lawrence said, “thirty minutes before going on stage in Kansas City, I got a phone call. I found out my dad had cancer. This day made me realize how fragile it all is. We continue to fine tune our machines to work better and run faster until we’ve built them so well that there’s no stopping them. I’m not asking for a change or a time machine, but every now and then, it’s important to even acknowledge what’s actually important: living.”

Make It Stop is the third video from the band’s newest EP Indigo-Violet. COIN additionally dropped videos for track Sort It Out and lead EP single, You Are The Traffic over the last few months. Upon release, both tracks found their way onto Spotify’s coveted New Music Friday playlist. And to date, You Are The Traffic has received over 1.4 million streams.

Indigo-Violet it’s the first of a 3-part project called Rainbow MixTape, each conceptualized by moods represented by the colors in the title. The EP’s are set to continue rolling out over the next several months.

Buy/Stream Indigo-Violet HERE.

COIN was also recently featured on Louis the Child’s new song Self Care, which marked the band’s first ever collaboration. The track has amassed up to 2 million streams since its release.
In addition, COIN is set to host a virtual concert experience on November 20th via SingleMusic. The full production, highly visual, virtual show will give listeners a chance to experience an unforgettable immersive concert from the group. Before the general sale, Spotify listeners had the chance of purchasing an exclusive poster and ticket bundle. For convenience and time zone purposes the performance will be available to watch for one week, until 9pm ET on November 27th. Click HERE to purchase tickets!

Stay tuned for more releases from COIN coming soon!

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LOUIS THE CHILD – NEW SINGLE “SELF-CARE” WITH MUSIC VIDEO

Today, Chicago-bred production duo Louis The Child releases their brand-new single entitled “Self-Care” with alt-pop band, COIN, along with the music video. Fresh off the heels of their recently released 19-track mixtape, Candy 2, “Self-Care” with COIN is an upbeat, feel-good song that encourages the practice of self-love and the idea that it is acceptable for people to take care of their own needs and to not sacrifice personal well-being in order to please others. Louis The Child’s “Self-Care” with COIN is available now at all digital retail providers via Interscope Records.

Louis The Child says about the track, “When COIN sent us the demo for ‘Self-Care,’, we loved it. It had an infectious, funky vibe and a beautiful message. We were immediately stoked to add our drums, synths, instruments and arrangement ideas and turn the song into a jam! We’re excited for you to hear it. Turn it up and dance!”

COIN notes, “This year, we tried to stop looking left and right before crossing the street (metaphorically). Trust yourself – others won’t until you do. Remove fear and judgment, this year, and maybe forever find inner light and love to beam out to the world. Free your mind. Do it for yourself. The chorus vocal is an iPhone voice memo backstage at a festival in Memphis — mindlessly free. We felt this was perfectly fitting for COIN’s first ever collaboration.”

Click HERE to watch the music video for “Self-Care” with COIN.

About Louis The Child

Louis The Child float through electronic, pop, and alternative with wide-eyed wonder, adventurous spirit, and the elation of being present. Since 2013, the Chicago-bred duo—Freddy Kennett and Robby Hauldren—have popped off as a phenomenon streamed upwards of 600 million times and endorsed by pop royalty such as Taylor Swift and Lorde. “Go” notably soundtracked an Apple iPad commercial in 2017, while their breakthrough “Better Not” with WAFIA earned a gold certification from the RIAA and powered the 2018 Kids At Play EP. Along the way, the boys packed hallowed venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO and New York’s Terminal 5 where they sold out a three-night stand. In addition, Louis The Child made explosive appearances at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and beyond. Not to mention, they garnered acclaim from Billboard, Rolling Stone, People Magazine, Hypebeast, Dancing Astronaut, covered the Summer 2020 Issue of DJ Times, and more. In 2020, they unveil their full-length debut the aptly titled Here For Now [Interscope]. Over the course of the record, the group deliver 14 anthemic affirmations of a universal truth, including “Every Color” with Foster The People, “Little Things” with Quin XCII and Chelsea Cutler, and the single “Big Love” with EarthGang.

About COIN

Since the arrival of their 2016 breakthrough single “Talk Too Much,” COIN have continually turned out sublimely catchy alt-pop, equally built on effervescent hooks and an understated complexity. With that dynamic earning them a passionate following, the Nashville-based trio have spent much of the past few years bringing their sing-along-heavy live set to frenzied crowds all across the globe. On their latest album, Dreamland, COIN embraced their pop instincts more fully than ever, dreaming up some of their most sonically adventurous yet emotionally direct batch of songs to date.

COIN is currently gearing up to release their new EP Indigo-Violetout on October 22nd. Additionally, it’s the first of a 3-part project called Rainbow MixTape, each conceptualized by moods represented by the colors in the title. The EP’s are set to continue rolling out over the next several months.

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5 Reasons Why You Need Coin Tubes

Coin collection is a significant way to preserve history. The safety of your coins is essential if you want to avoid damage. A coin tube is one of the most simple and effective ways in which you can protect your collection.

Coin tubes are available in different styles. You can get round, clear plastic tubes or opaque square plastic tubes. If you’re still wondering why you should get one, check out the following benefits.

Protect Against Acid

Acid can come from several different sources. As time passes, acid can penetrate the cardboard papers and paper coin sleeves, causing toning and tarnish, particularly to copper and silver coins.

You’re also likely to get acid from adhesives that are mostly utilized in packaging. Wood furniture and daily household materials, such as cleaning solutions and vapors, are other acid sources.

Protect from Air Pollution

Air pollution is not only harmful to human health but also coins. It is common in urban areas where smog from vehicles and industries penetrates through the buildings. Although specific measures have been taken to limit the dangerous gases emitted by cars, they still exist in sufficient quantity for coin damage.

In that case, an openly stored coin will not be spared. Fortunately, with coin tubes, you can avoid this damage.

Keep Off the Human Touches

You may think that this is absurd, but touching your coins with bare hands is enough to cause damage. High-grade rare coins are most susceptible to this kind of problem.

The damage takes place once your fingers come into contact with mint state or proof coins. Once this happens, the oil on your hands will stick to the coin surfaces, which can cause discoloring and microscopic scratching on your coins.

All in all, this can be avoided by storing your collection in a durable and airtight coin tube. Consequently, you will no longer have to worry about contamination that can result from your hands.

Protect the Coins from a fall

Dropping your coin on a hard surface is another way in which it can be damaged. The impact can cause an irreversible effect that can lower the quality of your piece. A corroded, dented, scratched or gouged coin is a damaged one.

Fortunately, with the right environment, you will not have to worry about this. Coin tubes can protect your coins against any potential harm. That will, in return, preserve the quality of your pieces.

Humidity

Humidity is a dangerous enemy of a coin. That is because silver and copper are the common materials used during production. The two metals tend to react immediately when they come into contact with water. However airtight coin tubes can protect your coins.

Coin tubes are an excellent way to store and organize your coins and keep them safe from
contamination. If you need one, places like Hobbymaster are here to help you.

THE ECONOMIST x OPEN FUTURE

The Economist, a leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs, today announced “Open Future”, an editorially driven initiative (www.economist.com/openfuture) which aims to remake the case for The Economist’s founding principles of classical British liberalism which are being challenged from all sides in the current political climate of populism and authoritarianism.

“Although the world has changed dramatically since James Wilson founded The Economist to fight against the Corn Laws, the liberalism we have championed since 1843 is as important and relevant as ever,” said Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief, The Economist.  “Yet the core tenets of that liberalism—faith in free markets and open societies—face greater resistance today than they have for many years. From globalization to free speech, basic elements of the liberal credo are assailed from right and left.”

Content for Open Future will be developed and organised around five themes: Open Society (diversity, and individual rights versus group rights); Open Borders (migration); Open Markets (trade, markets, taxes and welfare reform); Open Ideas (free speech); and Open Progress (the impact and regulation of technology). In addition to content from The Economist editorial staff, the Open Future hub will feature commentary from outside contributors, including from those with dissenting points of view.

The initiative launches with a debate between Larry Summers and Evan Smith about no-platforming and free speech at universities. Mr Summers is the Charles W. Eliot University Professor and President Emeritus at Harvard University. He served as Secretary of the Treasury for President Clinton and as the Director of the National Economic Council for President Barack Obama. Evan Smith is a Research Fellow in history at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia and is writing a book on the history of no-platforming.

A special report on the future of liberalism written by editor-in-chief Zanny Minton Beddoes will appear in the newspaper’s 175th anniversary edition dated September 15th. And on that Saturday, the newspaper will host the Open Future Festival, to be held simultaneously in Hong Kong, London and New York. There will also be an Open Future essay contest for young people; surveys and other data visualizations; podcasts; social-media programs and new video from Economist Films.