Copeland have shared their new song “On Your Worst Day” on Spotify and Apple Music.
Copeland’s new song, “Night Figures,” can be streamed below via Billboard. The band’s also announced some new tour dates and there’s some more information on the new album, and its themes, up on their website:
“We wanted to take all of the elements that made up our sound in the past and push those elements farther,” Aaron says. “So rock becomes more rock than we’ve been in the past. If we’ve taken elements of symphonic tones, let’s now be very symphonic. When we’re being electronic, be very electronic. We wanted to emphasize each element of sound harder, like an exaggerated version of Copeland’s sound. We could be each thing individually by pushing each facet of our art in a more focused way.”
Copeland will release their new album, Blushing, on February 14th. Pre-orders are now up.
Look, I don’t wanna overhype this immediately, but at the same time this album is an emotional monster and you should definitely be excited.
Copeland have shared their new song “Pope” on all streaming services. The song comes from a new album that will be out in early 2019.
Copeland are teasing something on social media.
A fan shot video of Copeland performing the new song “Pope” live with the Imperial Symphony Orchestra has been uploaded to YouTube.
Copeland will be performing with the Imperial Symphony Orchestra in Florida on October 12th.
Nick Thompson of Hit The Lights has shared an acoustic cover of Copeland’s “Pin Your Wings.”
Aaron Marsh from Copeland has shared a photo on Instagram with the caption “LP6.”
Copeland have posted a teaser of their new song “Night Figures” on Twitter. It looks like the band are working on new music and purchasers of the VIP package for their upcoming tour will be getting two new songs early.
Copeland have announced some fall tour dates. VIP bundles for the dates are on sale now.
Zealyn has released her new EP today. The album was produced and co-written by Aaron Marsh (Copeland).
I think my biggest draw to music is the emotion it pulls from me when listening to a great song. That feeling where you experience the song with the entirety of your being. Everything fades away and all that matters in that moment is the space between notes, ears, and heart. Copeland’s upcoming album, Ixora, embodies everything I search for in music.
On December 2nd, 2014, I had the chance to sit down and talk with Aaron Marsh of Copeland about their new album Ixora, the band’s future, and what it was like to get back together.