A new Runnner single "Urgent Care" can be heard today, taken from the upcoming LP 'Always Repeating' out July 16th. The band have also announced a string of US and UK dates with Skullcrusher later this year.
Runnner will also announced a headline show in London as part of their UK tour with Skullcrusher (flyer below)
9/05 – Glasgow, UK – Nice N Sleazy* 9/06 – Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club* 9/08 – London, UK – The Lexington* 9/09 – Brighton, UK – Komedia Studio* 9/10 – Birmingham, UK – Castle & Falcon* 9/12 – Bristol, UK – The Louisiana* 9/14 – Dublin, Ireland – The Workmans Club* 11/29 – Seattle, WA – Barboza* 11/30 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios* 12/02 – Oakland, CA – Starline Social Club* 12/03 – Los Angeles, CA – CA Lodge Room* 12/04 – San Diego, CA – Soda Bar* 12/10 – Washington DC – DC9* 12/11 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s* 12/12 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall* 12/15 – Brooklyn, NY – Elsewhere Zone One*
Fiddlehead's long awaited sophomore full-length, Between The Richness, is out today. The album finds Fiddlehead—whose line-up includes members of Have Heart, Basement, and more—expanding on their dynamic blend of hardcore energy and anthemic melodies to craft their most immediate set of songs to date. Clocking in at a tight 25 minutes, the album bursts with Revolution Summer grit, massive hooks, and vocalist Pat Flynn's deeply thoughtful and open-hearted lyrics.
If you'd like to dive further into the album, check out Pat and Alex breaking down each track on the record for Upset Magazine. Additionally, Pat was a featured guest on Damian from Fucked Up's podcast Turned Out a Punk, check it out here.
Fiddlehead have also announced their rescheduled UK tour dates, see the full itinerary below and stay tuned for more 2021 show announcements from the band.
02/14 Brighton, UK @ Green Store Door
02/15 Bristol, UK @ Exchange
02/16 Machester, UK @ Rebellion
02/17 London, UK @ Underworld
A 10-track collection composed of five re-recorded versions of songs that appeared on his 2017 debut, Awash, and last year’s One of One EP, Always Repeating serves as a fresh introduction to the artist and his enchanting musical world, where he balances intimate and melancholy songwriting through the lens of hi-fi/lo-fi dynamics. “Awash,” the album’s sweeping first single out today, embodies the feeling of being lost and adrift through its aching melody, and builds on the track’s early demo with lush choral harmonies, banjo, trumpet, slide guitar, and more. “I wrote this song in about 15 minutes, though I had been kicking the title around for a bit,” Runnner explains. “It felt like the word I was looking for, but I couldn’t get past it. I was feeling so lost & distant from everything, but I would choke on the language anytime I tried to elaborate. I eventually was able to let the song come simply and not stress the specificity too much.”