Los Angeles based rock duo Bethany Cosentino and Bobb Bruno of Best Coast have made their long-awaited return with their new track, “For the First Time.”

The track is laced with their signature surf rock sound combined with an added feeling of 80s nostalgia. Check out the official music video below.

 

Although they debuted a children’s album titled Best Kids in 2018, this is the first taste of new Best Coast fans are receiving since their 2015 record, California Nights.

While they are still “completing work” on the new album, Always Tomorrow is slated to release sometime in 2020. If you’re eager to catch the new sounds live, check out official dates for their upcoming tour with fellow Ernie Ballers Mannequin Pussy below.

2-27 Palm Springs, CA – The Alibi
2-28 Los Angeles, CA – The Novo +
2-29 San Francisco, CA – Regency Ballroom +
3-02 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom +
3-03 Vancouver, British Columbia – VENUE +
3-04 Seattle, WA – The Showbox +
3-06 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall +
3-07 Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre +
3-09 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue +
3-10 Evanston, IL @ SPACE +
3-11Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall +
3-13 Detroit, MI – El Club +
3-14 Toronto, Ontario – Phoenix Concert Theatre +
3-15 Montreal, Quebec – Corona Theatre +
3-16 Boston, MA – Royale +
3-18 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel +
3-19 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club +
3-20 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer +
3-21 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
3-23 Nashville, TN – The Basement East +
3-24 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West +
3-25 New Orleans, LA – The Joy Theater +
3-27 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger +
3-28 Austin, TX – The Mohawk +
3-29 Dallas, TX – Granada Theater +
3-31 Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom +
4-01 San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park +
4-02 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory

+ with Mannequin Pussy

Also, stay tuned for our exclusive interview with Best Coast on an upcoming episode of Striking A Chord!

Gear

Best Coast count on Ernie Ball M Steel Skinny Top Heavy BottomBaritone 6 string, and Regular Slinky Bass Cobalt.

Listen

Watch

In this episode of String Theory, guitarist Bobb Bruno discusses his history and relationship with playing guitar, songwriting, and his Ernie Ball strings.

 

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