Best Coast Announce New Album ‘Always Tomorrow,’ Share New Song ‘Everything Has Changed’

Best Coast returns this year with their new album, Always Tomorrow, out February 21st via Concord Records.

The 11-track album is their first since 2015’s California Nights and their fourth overall. It features tracks produced by Carlos de La Garza and Justin Meldal-Johnsen. Along with the previously released “For the First Time,” the album will include the new single “Everything Has Changed,” which the band released today.

In the music video, directed by Ryan Baxley, singer Bethany Cosentino is a tired gameshow host reaching her breaking point. We see her at home, looking around her apartment and noting how much she’s changed causing her to destroy her belongings. Watch it below.

“I hope this record helps people. It’s easier to stay comfortable in the insanity, but for me, there just came a time where I had to get off the ride. I had to look at life and ask, ‘Why am I still doing this?” Cosentino said in a press release. “This record is the story of a second chance.”

Pre-order a copy of Always Tomorrow here.

Best Coast will embark on a North American tour starting next month, which includes a stop of Noise Pop Festival. Check out all their dates here.


Always Tomorrow by Best Coast artwork cover


01. Different Light
02. Everything Has Changed
03. For The First Time
04. Graceless Kids
05. Wreckage
06. Rollercoaster
07. Master of My Own Mind
08. True (3:19)
09. Seeing Red
10. Make It Last
11. Used To Be


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Ashley Perez is a freelance music journalist based in Chicago. Her work has appeared on AXS, Chicago Innerview, New City, The Millions, and Illinois Entertainer. She also runs her own music blog at Radio Not Found. Some of her favorite bands include Nirvana, The Cure, Muse, Creeper, and Green Day.

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