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We first want to thank everyone who came out to the inaugural Coffis Space last month at Moe’s Alley. We couldn’t have asked for anything more from that and we are already looking forward to Coffis Space II. We’ll be back in Santa Cruz May 6th at the Rio Theatre along with Keith Greeninger and Nina Gerber. We’ll be backing up Keith for a set as well as playing a set of our own. We’ve been longtime admirers of both Keith and Nina so we’re really looking forward to that night. Alright, that’s enough with all the Santa Cruz talk. We’re getting after this Spring and Summer and we hope you join us when we come to your town. Take a look at the shows we’ve got coming up and let us know where we’ll see you.

In the meantime, we’re very excited to be releasing a new four song EP titled, Forest Power. This isn’t your typical release as we’ve created trading cards for each of the four songs. We partnered with our friend Gio Benedetti who created original artwork to represent each individual song. The first card, and song, “Every Day” has been released. Go to our online shop and grab a copy of the card to receive the first song as well as some other goodies including unreleased demos, a chord chart for the song, and a lyric video.

. Thanks for the continued support and we look forward to seeing you at an upcoming show.


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We couldn’t be more excited to be presenting the inaugural Coffis Space on Saturday March 25th at Moe’s Alley in Santa Cruz. We’re bringing some of our favorite local businesses and people together for one night, including Gonzalo Orejel who will be cooking up his delicious, paella, the Penny Ice Creamery that will be serving ice cream, stand-up comedy, and an opening set of music by Dead Nettle. And if you’re looking for a ride to the show then look no further than the SC Brew Cruz that will be offering a ride to Moe’s Alley with stops at Humble Sea Brewing and Woodhouse Brewing before arriving to Moe’s. Grab your tickets and join us March 25th.

For those of you who can’t make it to Coffis Space keep an eye on our calendar and catch us when we’re in your town. We’ll be hitting the road hard for the next few months and would love to see you.

- Kellen

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“I remember Jamie showing this to me early on when we were locked down in 2020. He seemed a little hesitant to think of it as anything more than a silly song but I just thought it was good. The more we played it the more we liked it. Kinda has a Traveling Wilburys thing to it and we tried to lean into that with the big background vocals at the end” says Kellen Coffis about “Ramona,” the latest American-fueled single from The Coffis Brothers.

Brotherly love has a way of creeping out the best in sibling rivalry- just ask the Robinsons, Everlys, and Allmans- yet while the Coffis clan have many roads to tackle before earning that esteemed family respect, the songwriting is certainly present.

This California country-rock, sibling duo will release their fifth studio album, Turn My Radio Up via Blue Rose on April 29. Produced by The Mother Hips’ Tim Bluhm, the 11-track collection is a statement that proves this band can daringly hold court with Delta Spirit, Lord Huron, and Dawes. Jangling guitar leads and front-porch folk songs share equal space with heartland rock anthems and campfire-worthy Americana ballads, all dreamt into existence by a group of road warriors who wear their West Coast stripes proudly.

Check out the video for “Ramona,” that Glide is premiering, where the listener can witness their effortless melting of twang and folk.

“I was in an interesting head-space when his song was written. My guard was down and I let myself become more playful with the concept. I didn’t think too much of it initially but as the days went on the chorus of the song kept rolling around in my head. Kellen had a good idea to do that call and response thing in the outro which I think was a really nice touch. It seemed only natural to add multiple big strumming acoustics, Traveling Wilburys style. I’d say it’s one of my favorites we’ve ever done.”says Jamie Coffis about the track.

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