Beachwood Coyotes has teamed up with idobi Radio to premiere their new single “Silence”

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Single Release Show To Take Place 
December 3rd At The Satellite
NOVEMBER 20, 2015 – LOS ANGELES, CA – Beachwood Coyotes has teamed up with idobi Radio to premiere their new single “Silence” today! The track was recorded with accomplished producer Eric Palmquist, who has previously worked with Bad Suns and Wavves. The band will be holding a release show in celebration of the new single, which will take place at The Satellite in Los Angeles, CA on Thursday, December 3rd. Listen to “Silence” exclusively on idobi Radio, here:
On the song, lead vocalist and guitarist Jason Nott explains, “Silence is about the stigma surrounding depression and suicidal thoughts. It’s something I’ve death with most of my life and they’re the most vulnerable lyrics I’ve ever written.”
Beachwood Coyotes write loud powerful songs with catchy beats and reckless melodic pop abandon. The band pours every ounce of energy they have into their live shows, which feature frequent stage diving and impromptu in-crowd performances. There will be no standing around with crossed arms at a Beachwood Coyotes’ show.
Upcoming Show Dates
11/21 – Pomona, CA @ PBWLA
12/3 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Satellite (Single Release Show)
12/17 – Silverlake, CA @ Silverlake Lounge
Beachwood Coyotes was created during a moment of clarity for lead singer/guitarist Jason Nott. The band he had played guitar in since age 16 had just broken up and he suddenly faced an uncertain future. During a blurry-headed attempt to clear his mind, Jason decided to hike up the Beachwood Canyon trail to the iconic Hollywood sign, however before he could make it far, he was scared away by a group of Coyotes. The next day Jason discovered that 2 bodies were found decapitated on that very same trail. Time of death? The exact same time those Beachwood Coyotes scared him away.
Suddenly songs started pouring out of Jason. Years and years of relentless touring provided fertile subject matter for songs about the loneliness of life on the road and the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles. He immediately called his childhood friend and guitarist Al Curtis and Al jumped at the chance to re-unite. After bringing the hard-hitting rhythm section of bassist Drew Smith and drummer Bryan King on board, Beachwood Coyotes was born.
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