Sarah Coolidge drops the upbeat track Ice Pac that comes off the album ‘Call Me When You Get There’. Coolidge and Maryam Qudus (SPACEMOTH) served as co-producers, while Meric Long (THE DODOS) handled engineering as Beau Sorensen (Death Cab For Cutie) mixed the album. The track could find a home on Spotify’s Indie Mix Playlist.
Coolidge’s upcoming album features “Ice Pack,” a shoegaze-saturated track that highlights her dry sensibilities as she recounts past eye injuries such as burned corneas and getting pepper flakes in her eye. This is consistent with Coolidge’s history of crafting catchy odes to pain and bodily injury, which can be traced back to her 2020 debut single “Nosebleed.” Bay Area artist Madeline Kenney, who released the single on her label Copper Mouth Records, described Coolidge’s songs as “sunny, a little tongue-in-cheek, effortlessly real and satisfying in their simplicity.” Having recently made their Noise Pop festival debut, Coolidge and her band have a busy schedule of upcoming shows leading up to the album release in spring and summer.