Runnner, aka LA-based songwriter Noah Weinman, has announced his debut full-length, Like Dying Stars, We're Reaching Out. Due out February 17th from Run For Cover Records, the album is the culmination of years of songwriting and home-recording that manages to feel both deeply intimate and cinematically sweeping all at once.
Weinman discussed the new song, saying: "I wrote this song at my friend’s house one morning. They were on a phone call in the other room so I remember playing very quietly and kind of mumbling until I just started saying “I’m an idiot,” which made me laugh so I decided it was a good starting point. It’s a song about trying to reckon the discord between how I thought of myself and how I felt like I was presenting myself. I was in a stage in my relationship where I wanted so badly to be known on all sides and layers, but felt frustrated at my attempts to convey them. For both production and video, I was really inspired by Madonna’s work from the late 90’s for the Music and Ray of Light records."
Virginia band Turnover shares the new single "Tears of Change," the fifth offering off their forthcoming full-length album Myself in the Way out November 4th via Run For Cover Records. Folded with psychedelic synths and soothing guitar bits, "Tears of Change" is a ballad about self-reflection.
Turnover is also unveiling the full support lineup for their headline fall tour run to celebrate the release of Myself in the Way, featuring George Clanton, Yumi Zouma, Horse Jumper of Love, Video Age, Temple of Angels and Rik on select dates. Kicking off after their previously announced headline shows in Boston and New York City, the 32-date run will begin in Toronto on November 8th, with stops in Chicago, Nashville, Seattle, Los Angeles, Austin, Atlanta and a hometown show in Norfolk before wrapping up in Philadelphia on December 18th. Tickets on sale HERE.
Myself in the Way was born out of Turnover's desire to continue evolving their sound, making each body of work more exploratory than the last, but it's also a byproduct of the band's growth both as individuals and collectively. Armed with a flurry of new ways for the band to express themselves creatively, they challenged themselves to make their most ambitious body of work to date. Co-produced by frontman Austin Getz alongside frequent collaborator Will Yip, Myself In The Way sounds more expansive than anything they've done, intently honing in on sound design this time around, and yet it's wholeheartedly more intimate and self-reliant on their vision and execution. Bassist Danny Dempsey painted the cover artwork himself, and longtime touring guitarist Nick Rayfield contributed songs to the album to lend an additional spark.
Check out "Tears of Change" and pre-order/save Myself in the Way above, see upcoming live dates, full album details, and learn more about the band below and stay tuned for more music from Turnover coming soon.
Upcoming Live Dates
11/5 - Boston, MA @ Roadrunner 11/6 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel 11/8 - Toronto, ON @ Danforth 11/9 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Spirit Hall 1/10 - Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrew Hall 11/11 - Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue 11/12 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues 11/13 - Columbus, OH @ The Bluestone 11/15 - Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl 11/16 - Saint Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall 11/17 - Kansas City, MO @ Madrid Theatre 11/18 - Denver, CO @ Summit Theatre 11/19 - Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre 11/20 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot 11/22 - Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory 11/23 - Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre 11/25 - Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw 11/26 - Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom 11/29 - San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore 12/1 - San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park 12/3 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern 12/4 - Phoenix, AZ @ ZONA Festival 12/6 - Fort Worth, TX @ Tulips 12/7 - San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger 12/8 - Austin, TX @ Mohawk 12/9 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall 12/10 - New Orleans, LA @ The Joy Theatre 12/11 - Pensacola, FL @ Vinyl Music Hall 12/13 - Tampa, FL @ The Ritz Yrbor 12/14 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade 12/15 - Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle 12/16 - Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club 12/17 - Norfolk, VA @ NorVa 12/18 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
Colourmeinkindness Deluxe Anniversary Edition features
- 2nd LP featuring four alternate versions of classic album tracks as well as a d-side etching - New insert with photos & liner notes from band members about making the album - New slipcase cover with embossed band & album name - Gatefold jacket with original album art, lyrics & album credits
2022 marks the 10th anniversary of Basement's era-defining sophomore full-length, Colourmeinkindness, and to celebrate, the band have announced a deluxe reissue due out October 21st from Run For Cover Records.
Today Basement have shared their updated take on "Breathe," reworking the mid-album behemoth into a cut of jangly indie that proves just how lasting and airtight the songwriting on Colourmeinkindness is.
Along with groups like Title Fight, Superheaven, and Balance and Composure, Basement helped shape the sound of punk in the 2010s, and like many releases from those bands, Colourmeinkindness could have come out today and still feel as fresh and exciting as it did a decade ago. Drawing equally from '90s alternative and classic emo, the record was instrumental in drawing a line from punk and post-hardcore to shoegaze, grunge, and more. Basement went on a lengthy hiatus soon after the album's release in 2012, only furthering the record's impact and starting the ripples that are still felt in a new generation of bands today. The album's blend of punk energy and widescreen guitar rock ambition can be heard in the DNA of countless bands and since Basement's return the band's audience has only continued to grow. Colourmeinkindness (Deluxe Anniversary Edition) offers a chance to rediscover this landmark release--and to hear it in a new way. The release features drastically different versions of Colourmeinkindness cuts, reworked or stripped back, bringing to mind the kind of new and essential takes found on classic MTV Unplugged performances from the '90s.
Last year Toledo-based rock powerhouse Citizen released their fourth full-length Life In Your Glass World via Run For Cover Records. The record pushed them into new sonic territory and earned praise from fans and critics alike (including attention from Stereogum, The FADER, Entertainment Weekly, Bandcamp Daily, NPR, SPIN Magazine, BrooklynVegan, and many more), marking another giant step forward for the always adventurous band. Today Citizen have released Life In Your Glass World (Deluxe Edition) which collects the original release along with two previously unheard b-sides and the band's Glass Mix EPs.
The two previously unreleased songs "A Passing Thing" and "I Don't Love You" continue to dive headfirst into the kind of biting, widescreen indie rock that makes Life In Your Glass Worldsuch a compelling listen. "A Passing Thing" is an uptempo burst of sharp guitars and driving drums that recalls the energy of Citizen's recent one-off single "Bash Out," while "I Don't Love You" showcases the lush arrangements and quick-changing dynamics that the band have come to excel at.
Citizen have been touring relentlessly since the release of Life In Your Glass World and they're about to hit the road again. In October the band will be doing a run of headlining North American dates with support from Prince Daddy & The Hyena, Militarie Gun, and Restraining Order. The shows include two dates in Los Angeles at The Regent (October 7th and 8th). See full itinerary below.
Upcoming Shows: 10/7 - Los Angeles, CA @ the Regent * 10/8 - Los Angeles, CA @ the Regent * 10/9 - San Francisco, CA @ August Hall * 10/11 - Portland, OR @ Aladdin Theater * 10/12 - Seattle, WA @ Crocodile Showroom * 10/13 - Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre * 10/15 - Calgary, AB @ Commonwealth Bar * 10/16 - Edmonton, AB @ The Starlite Room * 10/18 - Winnipeg, MB @ Park Theatre * 10/20 - Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre * 10/21 - Toledo, OH @ Ottawa Tavern *
* w/ Prince Daddy & The Hyena, Militarie Gun, Restraining Order
On his fifth full-length,Sullivan completely reinvented his recording approach, relinquishing solitary control of his typical, self-described “full-time freestyle” bedroom recording process, and heading into the producer & multi-instrumentalist Gabe Goodman's LA studio. In particular, “stained glass” is a shining showcase for steel guitarist Nick Levine (of Jodi) and drummer Nate Lich, who fleshed out arrangements across the album apart from four self-recorded and self-produced tracks.
Beginning October 2022, Field Medic embarks on a headlining fall tour through the US and Canada, with support from Sadurn, Derek Ted, and Juliet Sunflower. For the first time, he’ll be accompanied by a band in addition to his trusty boombox. Find a full list of tour dates below; buy tickets here.
Field Medic 2022 Tour Dates 10-22 — San Francisco, CA — Bottom Of The Hill $ 10-25 — Portland, OR — Polaris Hall $ 10-26 — Seattle, WA — Barboza $ 10-28 — Salt Lake City, UT — Beehive $ 10-30 — Denver, CO — Globe Hall $ 11-01 — Minneapolis, MN — 7th Street Entry $ 11-02 — Chicago, IL — Beat Kitchen $ 11-03 — Columbus, OH — Ace Of Cups $ 11-04 — Ferndale, MI — The Loving Touch $ 11-05 — Lakewood, OH — Mahall’s $ 11-06 — Toronto, ON — The Garrison $ 11-08 — Philadelphia, PA — PhilaMOCA $ 11-09 — Boston, MA — Red Room at Cafe 939 $ [SOLD OUT] 11-10 — Brooklyn, NY — Baby’s All Right $ 11-11 — Washington, DC — Songbyrd $ 11-12 — Richmond, VA — Richmond Music Hall at Capital Ale House $ 11-14 — Carrboro, NC — Cat’s Cradle $ 11-15 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade - Purgatory $ 11-16 — Nashville, TN — The End $ 11-18 — Dallas, TX — Ruins % 11-19 — Austin, TX — Empire Control Room % 11-22 — Phoenix, AZ — The Rebel Lounge % 11-26 — Los Angeles, CA — Moroccan Lounge # [SOLD OUT] 11-27 — Los Angeles, CA — Moroccan Lounge %
$ support from Sadurn % support from Derek Ted # support from Juliet Sunflower