Coe Hill Release "One Year Later"
Canadian post-hardcore/alternative rock group Coe Hill release their powerful and catchy new single "One Year Later" which features Simon Austin from the band Incase We Crash and Jason Emsallem from the band Nightwell on vocals via Blackgate Records. The song broadly speaks to the notion of feeling trapped in life, whether it be a stagnant routine, bad relationship, terrible job, and trying to break free from the toxic cycle. Specifically inspired by COVID and the many quarantines and restriction phases people all around the world have gone through, it is a topically relevant song that everyone can relate to. It's a true blend of pop-punk, post-hardcore and emo that will take you back to the 00's! "Maybe next year, we can finally get the hell out of here."
Coe Hill is a collaborative music project based out of Toronto, Canada, that was born through the need of a creative outlet during the COVID-19 quarantine. Lead by Doug Heiser, who used the time and confinement at home to write several songs all grounded in the post-hardcore genre that also combines elements of pop-punk, alternative rock and emo. Teaming up with producer and engineer friend Kyle Marchant, the two worked together to refine each song and further develop each track, ultimately taking everything to the next level. Instead of going the route of finding a permanent singer, the idea became to expand the horizons by recruiting a feature/guest vocalist for each track. The previous singles were "Deadweight" and featured Hayden Trobee from the band Tigerwine (Tooth & Nail Records) and "Edge Of Collapse" which featured Tyler Small from Saving Vice.
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