Best Coast Release New Single “Everything Has Changed,” Plus ‘70s-Style Video with Vanderpump Rules Cast

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Best Coast Release New Single &#8220;Everything Has Changed,&#8221; Plus &#8216;70s-Style Video with <i>Vanderpump Rules</i> Cast

The California indie-pop duo Best Coast are on the cusp of releasing their first new album since their 2015 record California Nights. The new album, Always Tomorrow, set for release on Feb. 21 through Concord Records, is an accumulation of a decade’s worth of growth, missteps and creative challenges. The band released their first single off the forthcoming album, “For The First Time,” back in November, and today (Jan. 17) they shared the second single from the album, “Everything Has Changed,” along with a music video featuring cast members from Vanderpump Rules.

With a lot of personal reflection can sometimes come creative inhibition. Always Tomorrow was only made after a prolonged period of writer’s block for frontwoman Bethany Cosentino, who had to lock herself in a closet for a few hours in order to come up with “Everything Has Changed.”

“This album is about leaving the darkness for the light, but still understanding that nothing is ever going to be perfect,” said Cosentino in a statement. “It’s about burning it all down and starting from scratch even when the idea of that is fucking terrifying. Closing one chapter and moving onto the next even when you have no idea what is on the other side. Acceptance. It’s about taking a gigantic leap of faith.”

You can check out the music video for “Everything Has Changed” (dir. Ryan Baxley) below, along with Best Coast’s 2011 Daytrotter session and winter tour dates, with support from the dynamic Philly punk-pop group Mannequin Pussy.

Best Coast Tour Dates:

February
27 – Palm Springs, Calif. @ The Alibi (with Lunch Lady)
28 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Novo*
29 – San Francisco, Calif. @ Regency Ballroom*

March
02 – Portland, Ore. @ Wonder Ballroom*
03 – Vancouver, B.C. @ VENUE *
04 – Seattle, Wash. @ The Showbox*
06 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ Metro Music Hall*
07 – Denver, Colo. @ Ogden Theatre*
09 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ First Avenue*
10 – Evanston, Ill. @ SPACE*
11 – Chicago, Ill. @ Thalia Hall*
13 – Detroit, Mich. @ El Club*
14 – Toronto, Ont. @ Phoenix Concert Theatre*
15 – Montreal, Que. @ Corona Theatre*
16 – Boston, Mass. @ Royale*
18 – Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Brooklyn Steel*
19 – Washington, D.C. @ 9:30 Club*
20 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Union Transfer*
21 – Carrboro, N.C. @ Cat’s Cradle*
23 – Nashville, Tenn. @ The Basement East*
24 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Terminal West*
25 – New Orleans, La. @ The Joy Theater*
27 – San Antonio, Texas @ Paper Tiger*
28 – Austin, Texas @ The Mohawk*
29 – Dallas, Texas @ Granada Theater*
31 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ Crescent Ballroom*

April
01 – San Diego, Calif. @ The Observatory North Park*
02 – Santa Ana, Calif. @ The Observatory (w/ FEELS)

(* w/ Mannequin Pussy)

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