Running Touch is keeping the momentum going in 2020 with the release of his brand new single ‘Signs’, along with the launch of his ‘Post Modern Collective Sessions’ video series.
The series is set to showcase “instrument-focused videos launching drawing focus to the musicality of his often-production-heavy projects.”
The first video enlists the help of members of some of Australia’s most-loved bands – Sam Bassal of Ocean Grove, Nic Pettersen of Northlane and Crooked Colours‘ Lampy – and sees them all have a huge drum session set to ‘Signs’.
‘Signs’ is set to appear of Running Touch’s forthcoming debut album, and follows the release of the album’s first single ‘Meet Me’ in April.
Listen to ‘Signs’ and watch the collaborative video below.