Runnner shares “Monochrome,” the wistful final single previewing his forthcoming album and debut for Run For Cover Records, Always Repeating, out this Friday, July 16th. Like the rest of the album, songwriter Noah Weinman plays most of the instruments throughout the song (including guitar, banjo, bass, piano, and synth), and is here joined by Sam Graf on drums. “Although this isn’t the oldest song in the batch, this feels like the first Runnner song,” Weinman explains. “As soon as I wrote it I knew I wouldn’t feel comfortable bringing it into my band at the time. I was really missing my friends and they all seemed so far away that it somehow felt like they never existed. It’s about nuance and memory, and how hard it can be to remember something in all its color and detail. Part of me fights against that and tries to remember everything, but part of me also resigns to it.” Watch the video for “Monochrome,” created by Weinman with the help of Helen Ballentine. Always Repeating is available for pre-order/save at DSPs HERE.
Runnner will celebrate the release of Always Repeating with two album release shows: at Los Angeles’ Baader House on July 22 and at Brooklyn’s Union Pool on August 25th. Runnner will also support frequent collaborator Skullcrusher on a fall U.S. tour beginning in Seattle, WA on November 29th, and including shows at LA’s Lodge Room on December 3rd and Brooklyn’s Elsewhere Zone One on December 15th. A full itinerary is below and tickets are on sale HERE. “Monochrome” follows pre-release singles “Urgent Care” and “Awash.”