LA-based Run River North are debuting their single “Can’t Come Down” off of their sophomore album Drinking from a Salt Pond, out February 26 via Nettwerk Records.
The track represents an evolution from the band’s folk roots straight into full-blown anthemic rock. I challenge you to sit still while you listen. Not gonna happen.
“While working with Nick [Brown] in Nashville, we talked about what it takes to thrive in a band, pop songs, artists, labels and etc,” says lead singer Alex Hwang. “I think the words and the feelings of the song try to take on some of those conversations.”
Check out the exclusive premiere of “Can’t Come Down” above, and don’t miss out on Run River North’s upcoming tour (dates coming soon).