Coach Party

Isle Of Wight rising stars Coach Party recently shared their eagerly anticipated debut album KILLJOY on Chess Club Records. The record’s latest track ‘Be That Girl’ received its worldwide radio premiere earlier this week as Clara Amfo’s Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1. KILLJOY has been the subject of early acclaim from the likes of NME and DIY, who both awarded it 4 stars.

Coach Party have performed over 100 shows this year while opening for the likes of Queens of the Stone Age and Wet Leg, and played major festivals like Glastonbury, The Great Escape, and more. The band have also announced two debut headline US shows in Brooklyn and Los Angeles later this year. Full list of live dates is below.

Coach Party have been a runaway train this summer, lighting up stages across Europe while releasing a steady stream of singles from KILLJOY, including the glittering ‘Be That Girl’, heaviest track to date ‘Parasite’, the nihilistic ‘What’s The Point In Life’’ and shoegaze-y ‘Born Leader’, as well as ‘All I Wanna Do Is Hate’ and ‘Micro Aggression’ - all of which collectively made an imprint across UK press with attention pouring in from CLASH, DIY, DORK, The FADER,

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