'A fuzzy netherworld between jazz and rock, retro and modern, powerful and fragile' - Marty Duda, 13th Floor
'Dreamy, dark, spacious pop music of the kind that turns thoughts inward'- Lydia Jenkin, NZ Herald
Auckland three-piece Coach consists of Abraham Kunin (guitar/lead vox), Jonathan Burgess (bass/vox) and Todd Beeby (drums/vox).
The Coach catalogue has grown its next branch with Songs For Michelle. The EP follows on from their debut album Family Tree - released in 2012.
Family Tree was well known for its dark, varied pop, woven through interludes of heavier rock. Crooning vocal harmonies in washes of falsetto settling over double bass, drums and chiming electric guitar. The three tracks on Songs For Michelle continue in a dense, gothic, 90s inspired direction and expand on the groups heavier - in parts droning - tone.