RUN iN RED - The Workman's Club, Dublin - LATE SHOW
Join RUN iN RED on Friday September 21st at The Workman's Club, Dublin to mark the release of their next single ‘A Song For You.'
To celebrate the release, the band are putting on a special LATE NIGHT SHOW with doors open from 11.45pm.
The band have also just announced that the will be playing a second launch show at Sandinos in Derry on Saturday September 29th!
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‘A Song For You' captures the last burst of summer, while still keeping an eye on the road ahead.
The song will be available on all digital platforms, with physical copies available from Tower
Records and Golden Discs, and will be the 2nd single off the band’s new EP ‘Undercover, Overthrown.’ which will be out from September 28th.
Recorded with Colm Drennan in Sound Training Productions, Temple Bar, the song will be launched with the band’s second video, directed by Andrew Connellan.
A 4-piece Transatlantic band based in Dublin, RUN iN RED are urgency transcribed into music. With members from the Dublin, New York and UK music scenes, in 2017 the band released their debut EP: ‘The Revelled Theory Mind.’ Its lead singles have drawn praise from JOE.ie, TogetherFM and were also play listed on Pandora Radio in the US.
Currently playing select shows in Dublin, in June the band released their new single ‘Fade Away’ and marked this with their debut headline show in The Sound House. 'Fade Away' is available on all digital platforms, in Tower Records and Golden Discs, and has received airplay on FM104, 2FM, KCLRFM and NEARFM.
The song was also selected as JOE.ie's Song Of The Day on July 19th, right before the band played the Dublin Quays Festival with Pillow Queens on July 21st.
"The song itself is an infectious melody which will remain in your head for a time after hearing it. It's good solid indie-pop and has a chorus which will be sung lustily by their fans when they bring it to the live setting of a gig." Eric Lalor, JOE.ie
"...a pure 90s sound...the chorus is something that you could definitely imagine yourself roaring back to the band in a big sing-a-long.”
Darragh Berry, JOE.ie
"Their music will spring some new sounds to your ears and has a similar feel to the likes of “Imagine Dragons”. Zuzanna Piasek, TheSharpe.com