Two Friends Hit The Road Towards Love on 'Pacific Coast Highway:' Premiere

Two Friends
Matt Stanley

Two Friends

Some loves never die, even if they only existed for a moment. You get lost thinking about them, you get in your car and find yourself suddenly taking a long drive to nowhere, wishing for the past. If that's the case, you're going to need a dope driving song, and if you're moving up and down the West Coast, you might as well have something sunny and cheerful.

How about poppin' in Two Friends' latest track “Pacific Coast Highway.” It's even named after the West Coast's most iconic drive, and it's the perfect soundtrack for whistful get aways. It's a tune they wrote years ago, back when they were sophomores in college, that sax you hear was actually recorded in the bathroom of Vanderbilt University. The tune draws on the California kids' memories of growing up mere minutes from the PCH.

“Some songs come together super quickly,” Two Friends say. “This one took a few years but stood the test of time.  MAX, the singer on this, is the absolute homie. He's killing it with his solo act as well as with his new duo Party Pupils. (It's) been a pleasure to get to know him through the process.”

“Pacific Coast Highway” is the first single from Two Friend's three-track, debut EP Out of Love, scheduled for release Feb. 24 on Spinnin' Records. For now, enjoy the cool breeze of “Pacific Coast Highway” below.


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