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Runnner – Like Dying Stars, We’re Reaching Out


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For the last five years, Los Angeles-based musician Noah Weinman has been Runnner, and for much of those five years, Runnner has been working. Working on his 2021 collection album, Always Repeating; working as a producer on the Skullcrusher records; and, of course, working towards his debut full-length, Like Dying Stars, We’re Reaching Out. From LA to Ohio and the Northeast and back, he’s been deep in the craft of sound. This is music made at home, using anything and everything: cell phones and handheld tape recorders… Run for Covers
Noah Weinman, the singer-songwriter behind the melancholy bedroom-folk project Runnner, lands in all of these positions across his new album, Like Dying Stars, We’re Reaching Out. Like Dying Stars, We’re Reaching Out is no less moody, but here, Weinman’s sound is notably developed, prioritizing texture and nuance over the simpler, acoustic-forward approach of his earlier work. Through exhausted introspection and anxious inner questioning, his songs explore… Pitchfork

1. plexiglass (2:33)
2. i only sing about food (2:25)
3. bike again (3:05)
4. raincoat (2:25)
5. chess with friends (2:34)
6. reach (2:28)
7. noah needs a haircut (2:56)
8. runnning in place at the edge of the map (5:08)
9. scabpicker (2:23)
10. string (3:21)
11. nye (0:47)
12. a map for your birthday (3:21)

mixing: matt emonson
mastering: jj golden, golden mastering
vocals: helen ballentine, olivia gerber, evan rasch
slide guitar: evan rasch
drums: sam graf, madi vogt
(drums recorded by sam graf and mallory hauser)
woodwinds: jordan leicht, ben mcpeek, ben weinman

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