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Full Album Stream: Run Forever – “Run Forever”

Been waiting for this one for a while…

At long last, Pittsburgh-based indie-rockers Run Forever are streaming their forthcoming album, “Run Forever.” Check it out below.

Run Forever’s eponymous album is due out this Friday (October 9th) via No Sleep Records.  Their 2012 album, “Settling,” is still among my favorites, so this will probably will be before long too.

Run, Forever streaming upcoming self-titled album

Pittsburgh’s Run, Forever are streaming their new self-titled full-length album through Pittsburgh City Paper.

You can give it a listen here.

The album comes out October 9, 2015 through No Sleep Records. Run, Forever last released a split with Adventures.

Run Forever plan self-titled full length, stream new track “Separate Bedrooms”

Pittsburgh-based indie-rock band Run Forever have announced the long-awaited, comma-free self-titled follow up to their 2012 debut, “Settling.”

The eponymous album is due out October 9th via No Sleep Records. Vinyl, digital and CD pre-orders are available here right now.

To whet your appetite, the band have debuted the brand new (is that redundant?) track “Separate Bedrooms.” Check it out here.

Run Forever were still known as Run, Forever when they released their stellar album, “Settling,” back in 2012 on Tiny Engines.

Run Forever (folk/indie/punk) to release “Big Vacation” 7-inch, stream title track

Pittsburg indie-rock band Run Forever is releasing a brand new 7-inch titled “Big Vacation” on July 10th via No Sleep Records (pre-order it here) and today they’ve premiered the title track. You can stream “Big Vacation” here and check out the track list and the band’s upcoming US tour dates below.

This is the band’s first release since their 2014 split with Adventures.

Run, Forever sign to No Sleep Records, to release new EP and full-length album

Pittsburgh’s Run, Forever have signed to No Sleep Records with plans to release a new EP this winter, and a new full-length album next year. Here’s what frontman Anthony Heubel had to say about the partnership:

“No Sleep are some of the most accommodating, hospitable, and down to earth people we have worked with. We’re looking forward to continuing to put out records together.”

We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details on the band’s upcoming releases come to light. Run, Forever last released a split with Adventures.

Run Forever records acoustic session for No Sleep Records; new/unreleased track

Pennsylvania folk/indie/punk band Run Forever recently stopped by the No Sleep Records offices and performed and recorded three acoustic tracks.

The performance is part of No Sleep’s “Acoustic Warehouse Sessions”, where musicians are locked in the label’s huge warehouse and aren’t allowed to leave until they’ve laid down some acoustic music (that last part may or may not be accurate).

Guitarist/vocalist Anthony Heubel regaled fans ears with three tracks including “Lost the Feeling” (taken from the Split 7” with Adventures), “Close To The Sun” (taken from the album “Settling”) and “Separate Bedroom” (a brand new/unreleased song).

Check out the session below.

Run Forever recently signed to 6131 Records and is in the process of getting ready for release their 6131 debut.

Run Forever sign to 6131 Records, announce US/Mexico tour dates

Pennsylvania punks Run Forever (thankfully no longer known as Run, Forever) have announced that they’ve been added to the roster at 6131 Records. They are currently writing material for what will be their debut 6131 release. As you may recall, Run Forever recently released a split with Adventures on No Sleep Records, and their debut full-length, “Settling,” was released in 2012 via Tiny Engines (and was one of my personal favorites from that year).

Run Forever are set to embark on a full US tour (that also features a date in Mexico). Check out the rundown below. We’ll keep you posted on their debut 6131 release when information becomes available.

Adventures and Run, Forever stream split

Indie-rock/punk bands Adventures and Run, Forever are streaming their split and you can give it a listen right here.

The split was released today, January 28th through No Sleep Records.

Split Review: Adventures / Run, Forever

Adventures proves the perfect foil to Run, Forever. The former is screamo, energetic, straightforward, brash yet highly accessible. The latter is broody, an outlier and an accessible expansion into 90s emo/melodic/grunge. Both are counterpoints though to the superfluous influx of cutthroat bands that try but just end up falling short in the multitude of genre mash-ups. Both remain loud, airier, pleasant and in your face. Can’t go wrong with this.

Reba Meyers starts Adventures off on their five minute tirade. She prides herself on impressively raw, authentic and versatile vocals. Her voice isn’t as low in the mix and loses its more distant-sounding tone compared to past efforts. Stylistically, this works in an amped up and dramatic fashion. Huge, crunchy guitars and some impressive vocal harmonizing make “Call Me At Night” so potent and the production really highlights the percussion on this song, as well as the ensuing “Thin”. This treads more post-hardcore waters. Cathartic screams hover slightly under the surface while melancholy guitars roam around on top of tight, methodical drums.

In stark contrast, Run, Forever is steeped in a slower, softer affair laced with sadness. It’s a morose hue and solid in its own dark realm. The acclaim here is garnered on the solidarity and melodic-emo vibe of the 90s sound that sticks pins and needles into you. They’ve overcome so many struggles and it’s apparent on the emotional and openly honest “Headlights”. The wailing and dirty sound of “Lost The Feeling” echo how much they’ve branched off into territory a la Balance and Composure. Both songs circle around the same format, creating an unconventionally heavy finished product.

How good are these bands? Very. How under-the-radar? Very. They’re daring and such bold fucking music needs you to stand up and take note. I won’t be surprised to hear this EP making the rounds on lists when 2014 ends but one thing’s for sure. A full-length from both bands would surely be geared towards leaving indelible marks.

4/5 Stars

Adventures and Run, Forever stream songs from upcoming split 7-inch

Indie-rock/punk bands Adventures and Run, Forever are streaming a brand new song each from their upcoming split 7-inch record. The new Adventures tune is titled “Call Me at Night”, while the Run, Forever track is called “Lost Forever”.

You can stream both songs here.

The split 7-inch is due out on January 20th through No Sleep Records. Adventures released the Clear My Head With You EP in June 2013 through No Sleep Records and Run Forever’s debut album, Settling, dropped in December 2012 on Tiny Engines.

No Sleep Records to release split 7-inch from Adventures & Run Forever

The folks at No Sleep Records have announced plans to release a split 7-inch from indie-rock/punk bands Adventures (featuring 3/4 of Code Orange Kids) and Run Forever, who both call Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania their home. Here’s the announcement, taken right from the No Sleep Tumblr page:

oh btw, we’re doing an adventures / run forever split 7” – announcing it like this so we could include them on our fest 12 poster i just put up. k bye.

We’ll keep you posted as more details surrounding the split surface. Adventures released “Clear My Head With You” on June 18th through No Sleep Records and Run Forever’s latest album “Settling” dropped last November on Tiny Engines.

Heat Shy (members of Run, Forever) offer new demos up for free download

Anthony Heubel (Vocals/Guitar) and Tom Moran (Drums) of the Pittsburgh folk-punk act Run, Forever, have posted some demo songs of their their other band called Heat Shy.

You can stream the demos / download them for free here.

Run Forever announces Summer US tour with Signals Midwest

Pennsylvania punk act Run Forever are hitting the road this summer with Ohio natives Signals Midwest.  They’ll be making their way through a bit of the Midwest and hitting up a good portion of the East Coast.  Or something like that.  Just check out the exact dates and locations here.

Run Forever announce East Coast mini-tour dates

If you live on the East Coast and you’re in the mood for some live folky punk then you’re in luck. Run Forever are hitting the road with Pity Sex starting May 14th and running through May 21st. Click here to check out their itinerary.

Run Forever’s “Settling” was released last November by Tiny Engines.

Music video: Run, Forever – “Sun Bruised”

Pittsburgh folk-punk act Run, Forever have released a music video for their song “Sun Bruised,” which appears on their most recent album “Settling.”

You can check it out right here.

“Settling” was released in November 0f 2012 via Tiny Engines.