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Run River North - Drinking from a Salt Pond (2016)

1-03-2016, 23:43
Folk | Rock | Indie | iTunes

Title: Drinking from a Salt Pond
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Nettwerk Productions
Genre: Indie Rock, Indie Folk
Quality: m4a 256 kbps
Total Time: 00:40:27
Total Size: 104 mb


01. Intro (Funeral) Parade
02. 29
03. Run or Hide
04. Can’t Come Down
05. Elam
06. Ghost
07. Pretender
08. Anthony
09. David Robinson
10. Winter Wind

Based in California's San Fernando Valley, Run River North is a six-member indie pop ensemble that originally formed in 2011 under the name Monsters Calling Home. Boasting a lush, folk-influenced sound built around singers Alex Hwang (vocals/guitar) and Sally Kang (vocals/keys), the band also features guitarist/violinist Daniel Chae, bassist Joseph Chun, drummer John Chong, and violinist Jennifer Rim. After filming a unique video for their song "Fight to Keep" in the back seats of their small Honda cars, they caught the attention of the marketing department at Honda, which used the song in a commercial. This led to them making a surprise appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, further expanding their audience. Following a sold-out show at Hollywood's famed Troubadour venue, the band signed with Nettwerk Music Group and officially changed its name to Run River North. Working with producer Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, the Shins, Band of Horses), they recorded their self-titled debut album, which was released in February 2014. After a busy year touring and promoting their debut, the band began to alter both their sound and their creative methods. Writing more as a group, they adopted a newfound electric sound and a slightly darker tone on their follow-up album, which they recorded with producer Lars Stalfors (Cold War Kids, HEALTH). Recorded in Los Angeles, Run River North's sophomore album, Drinking from a Salt Pond, was pegged for a February 2016 release.

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