Running Touch Releases ‘Signs’ From Forthcoming Album

Melbourne talent Running Touch has just shared the latest single set to be included in his upcoming debut album, following the release of ‘Meet Me’ back in April.

The single takes it back to Running Touch’s roots with a more indie-pop-rock feel, rather than the electronic oriented past few releases. Being a founding member of rock band Ocean Grove – Running Touch is no stranger to this indie-pop-rock style.

After being teased with two singles so far this year, the anticipation for Running Touch’s debut album has only grown.

The single arrives with the very first installment of the Post Modern Collective Sessions, a series of instrument-focused videos to be launched throughout Running Touch’s forthcoming album release that draw focus to the musicality of his often-production-heavy projects. The first – featuring Ocean Grove’s Sam Bassal, Northlane’s Nic Pettersen and Crooked Colours’ Lampy – brings together some of Running Touch’s closest music friends and collaborators in the process, which hopes to create a sense of community amongst like-minded musicians and the fans that underpin their success as musicians and not just artists or band members.

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