Ever wondered what happens when a group of street performers decide to embark upon a full throttle
and no holes barred musical journey? No? Well neither had anyone until CoCo and the Butterfields
showed up and proved that it was something worth thinking about!
With possibly the humblest of origins as far as musical performance goes, and an unlikely springboard
to end up performing at some of the nation’s most prestigious venues including Manchester’s O2 Ritz
and London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire and festivals such as Glastonbury, Isle Of Wight and Bestival.
All of this seems a long way from the street corners and shop doorways that moulded the group’s past,
and that, is perhaps what best sums up this British Indie-Pop group – their journey.
Few bands have a simple story and CoCo are no different. Established by best of friends Tom and
Dulcima back in 2012 the’ve gone on to perform over a thousand gigs, developing an enviable
reputation for their exhilarating sell-out live shows across the globe as their rich and unique sound has
grown and matured.
A career that has seen them perform alongside artists such as Bastille, The Fratellis, Scouting for Girls
and Blue October to BBC Radio play and their track Old Ground striking a Hollywood movie sync!
Establishing their own record label, fashion label and music festival to hosting and what’s more
breaking, a busking world record in conjunction with famed DJ Rob Da Bank and somehow, amongst
all that finding the time to self-produce their own high quality and ever ambitious music videos.
Over the past two years and between a string of successful tours, the band have been working solidly in
the studio, honing their recorded sound into something they at last feel is a true testament to the
experiences they’ve been through together and their life changing journey as friends. CoCo are beyond
excited to release their brand new EP Night Avenue followed by their debut full-length
studio album towards the of the year. Hold tight, this journey isn’t over just yet…
- Burning Hearts
- Five Bells
- Five Bells
- Goodbye Now
- Got To Go
- Hip Hop Song
- How Will I Know?
- I Will
- King Of The Corner
- Little Boat
- Love Is Love
- Marching Home
- Night Avenue
- Old Grounds
- See The Sun
- Shadow Puppets
- So Long
- Tipperary Boy
- Wake Up
- We Are The Rebels
- Where Has Your Voice Gone Boy?