Ska Punk has never sounded so fresh with Counting Coin’s new single “All That I Need” And it is very very fitting that the video features the lads from Hull on a notepad because that’s where good ideas begin. If the music industry is smart they would pay close attention to Counting Coins because if the band’s name seems misleading it’s because they should be counting royalty checks.
About Counting Coins & “All That I Need”:
After a fast-paced year touring the UK and Europe, Hull (UK) based Counting Coins are to release ‘All That I Need’ as the second single from their forthcoming self-titled album on the 23rd of November.
The previous single ‘Don’t Look Down’ received airplay both in Europe and the U.S, with rave reviews from a range of music magazines and blogs.
Follow-up ‘All That I Need’ is an infectiously upbeat ska/punk song with a bouncy feel and singalong chorus. It will be available across a global range of digital platforms including iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music and Deezer.
Counting Coins are set to continue spreading their music with their forthcoming European tour in late October followed by further UK dates being booked in for 2015 and into 2016. With YouTube channel hits in excess of 46,000 it’s no wonder that Counting Coins’ brand of Ska/Punk/Hip-Hop is drawing interest from all around the globe.
Praise for Don’t Look Down:
“Here is another band we could kick ourselves for not discovering before now, well we will once we stop bouncing to their glorious new single… ‘Single of the year contenders’ is a list longer than a queue on Black Friday and now it is one song richer, an incitement which has more or less jumped the line to stand to the fore of 2015 essential treats.”
“It leaves you with a defiant feeling, and is unlike anything I’ve heard before… Prepare to be overwhelmed with a desire to pogo and mosh at the sound of Counting Coins” creativecontrolmag.com
“Counting Coins are apt to bring more to the party than just an extra keg of beer! They haven’t made any plans to tour the states but when they do they are going to blow the roofs off.” rockbandsofLA.com