Spielbergs announce new EP and share latest single "Running All The Way Home" | More tour dates added

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Running All The Way Home marks Spielbergs’ first new music since the release of their critically acclaimed debut album This Is Not The End, earlier this year. The FADER gave the track its premiere, saying “The new song builds on Spielbergs' powerful dynamic, clattering through emotions and sweating it all out in a fit of pure emotion.”

Released on the back of a packed-out spring UK tour, UK festival appearances and a recent tour support to Foxing – Running All The Way Home is Spielbergs at their triumphant best, condensing the mood of an entire world into a four-minute, adrenaline-shot thrill-ride.

Listen to Running All The Way Home HERE

The single also heralds the imminent arrival of the Running All The Way Home EP. The EP houses a handful of new songs (Running All The Way Home, Oh No and Fake A Reaction) as well as unreleased material from the album recording sessions, including the expansive and thoughtful electronic soundscapes of The Sum, and the ferocious and guttural This Is Not The Endwhich inspired the title of their debut album and now find its release as part of the EP.

Pre-order EP HERE

The EP will be released on limited CD, digital and a limited clear-blue vinyl - the vinyl containing three additional bonus tracks, Daisy! It's The New Me, Ghost Boy & Setting Sun, all taken from their breakthrough debut EP and all previously unavailable on vinyl.

Running All The Way Home EP tracklist (digital / limited CD):

1. Running All The Way Home
2. This Is Not The End
3. Oh No
4. The Sum
5. Fake A Reaction

Running All The Way Home EP tracklist (LP):

1. Running All The Way Home
2. This Is Not The End
3. Oh No
4. The Sum
5. Fake A Reaction
6. Ghost Boy
7. Daisy! It's The New Me
8. Setting Sun

Pre-order the EP HERE

Lead singer and guitarist Mads Baklien notes on the new single; “Running All The Way Home is a song about regret. You can’t undo what you’ve done. You can apologise to the people you’ve hurt all you want, you can promise to do better in the future, but it will not fix things. You will just have to wait it out and see what happens.”

With a whole host of live shows in the calendar for the remainder of 2019, drummer Christian Lovhaug comments; "We are full of energy after the run of gigs we have had in the first half of 2019. With all the new countries and festivals we’ve visited this summer we are certain that these Autumn dates will be the best yet. We've our biggest ever headline tour in the UK, before we return home to Oslo and BLÅ for the same there. With shows to come in the UK, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, France - and our first German tour in December. The second half of 2019 is looking really exciting."

Upcoming live dates:

Sept 06 - Granittrock, Oslo, Norway
Sept 18 - Think Tank? Underground, Newcastle, UK
Sept 19 - The Poetry Club, Glasgow, UK
Sept 21 - The Flapper, Birmingham, UK
Sept 22 - Yes (Basement), Manchester, UK
Sept 23 - Picture House Social, Sheffield, UK
Sept 24 - Oporto, Leeds, UK
Sept 26 - Louisiana, Bristol, UK
Sept 27 - Underworld, London, UK (supp. Mallory Knox)
Sept 28 - Big Scary Monsters Big Day Out, Paper Dress Vintage, London, UK
Sept 29 - Black Star, Paris, France
Oct 26 - BLÅ, Oslo, Norway
Nov 07 - Blå Båten, Malmø , Sweden
Nov 08 - Stengade, København, Denmark
Nov 30 - Hamburg and Booze Cruice, Germany
Dec 02 - The TUBE, Düsseldorf, Germany
Dec 03 - LUX – Concerts, Hanover, Germany
Dec 05 - Kreativfabrik Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Germany
Dec 06 - Backstage München, Munich, Germany
Dec 07 - Cassiopeia Berlin, Friedrichshain, Berlin

James Parrish