RUN FOR COVER NEWS //
Posted on March 21st, 2018
Run For Cover Records artists Petal and Camp Cope have announced a summer US headlining tour. Tickets for all dates will go on-sale this Friday, March 23 at 10am local time.
Australia's Camp Cope released their sophomore album How to Socialise and Make Friends on Run For Cover earlier this month to a barrage of critical acclaim from places such as NPR, Pitchfork, The Guardian and countless more. Over the past two years, Camp Cope have become a force in modern music, a wholly independent band who will only do things on their own terms, and refuse to compromise on their values. Their new album anchors on the cycles of life, loss and growth through resilience and those moments of finding and being yourself.
Petal's most recent release, the stunning Comfort 7" on Run For Cover Records shows how quickly the Scranton, PA-based artist has grown since the release of her debut LP Shame in 2015. She has won critical acclaim everywhere from NPR to the New York Times to Pitchfork for her confessional, and at times, heart-breaking songwriting and classically trained voice. After wrapping up a fall tour supporting Julien Baker, Petal has been hard at work in the studio on her sophomore LP, slated for release later this year.
6/21 - Philadelphia, PA @ Philamoca
6/22 - Cleveland, OH @ Now That's Class
6/24 - Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
6/26 - Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
6/27 - Madison, WI @ High Noon Saloon
6/29 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
6/30 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
7/02 - Seattle, WA @ Vera Project
7/03 - Portland, OR @ Holocene
7/05 - San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop
7/06 - Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theatre
7/07 - Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
7/08 - La Jolla, CA @ Che Cafe
7/09 - Phoenix, AZ @Rebel Lounge
7/11 - Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
7/12 - Austin, TX @ Barracuda
7/13 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
7/15 - Orlando, FL @ Soundbar
7/16 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade Purgatory
7/17 - Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle Back Room
7/18 - Washington, DC @ DC9
7/19 - Asbury Park, NJ @ House of Independents
7/20 - New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
7/21 - Boston, MA @ The Sinclair
Posted on March 7th, 2018
We are excited to announce our newest signing, Boston band Fiddlehead. The five-piece, who calls to mind 90s and early 2000s post-hardcore giants such as Rival Schools, Jawbox and Seaweed, will release their debut full-length Springtime and Blind on April 13th. Stereogum is premiering a new track "Lay Low" and video (directed by Fiddlehead guitarist Alex Henery) today. Pre-order for the album is currently available through in our store, and the band will hit the road for select tour dates this spring (all dates below).
Springtime and Blind is an exploration of grief - both introspective and through the insight of others. Following the release of their Out of the Bloom EP on Lockin Out Records, Fiddlehead have created a debut LP that shares an anguishing, relatable story of love and loss through the catharsis of spirited, loud indie rock. Consisting of guitarist Alex Henery (also of Basement), vocalist Patrick Flynn and drummer Shawn Costa (both of Have Heart), they explore musical styles different from their other projects while bringing a familiar energetic and emotional core to the collaboration.
Pre-order Springtime and Blind now.
3/30 - Providence, RI @ AS220*
3/31 - Takoma Park, MD @ Takoma Bev. Co*
4/1 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bazaar*
* = w/ Gem, Glitterer
Posted on March 5th, 2018
Self Defense Family are hitting the road this May/June with Sannhet, tickets are on sale now. More SDF news coming soon.
Posted on March 2nd, 2018
How to Socialise & Make Friends is out now!
Stream it on Spotify, Apple Music, Bandcamp, or grab a physical copy in our store.
We are super excited that Camp Cope's sophomore album "How to Socialise & Make Friends" is officially out everywhere today! We couldn’t be more proud to work with such an important and talented group of people.
If you live in Australia, the band has announced a last minute $5 record release show tomorrow @ 2PM in Fitzroy. The band will also be playing a string of Australian dates later this month, with tickets available now. Stay tuned for US tour dates to be announced shortly!
(Camp Cope's) songs have an unrestrained gusto that will empower more women to tell their own stories... They resonate because they are so real." - The Guardian
"For some people (How to Socialise & Make Friends) will be a political, feminist record and for others this will be a record that speaks of their day-to-day lives. I think the difference there shows who this music is really for." - Gold Flake Paint
Posted on February 28th, 2018
It’s been years since Young Statues’ last release, and it’s safe to say plenty has changed. The band’s 2014 sophomore release The Flatlands Are Your Friend took the band’s sound into the somber territory tread before by bands like the National, and before that, their self titled debut & follow-up EP Age Isn’t Ours offered varied moments of genre-defining musicianship. On the new 7” & digital EP Amarillo, the band’s refreshingly upbeat blend of indie-pop and alt-country is elevated to new heights by stellar production and musicianship. The wailing of the harmonica leads the bridge in “Somebody Else” and the perfectly filling harmonies on the b-side “Dive” are just two of the many highlights offered up on the band’s latest.
Grab a copy of 'Amarillo' here.