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6 Degrees Entertainment

Title - Running On Love [EP]
Artist - Run Katie Run

For those unaware, Atlanta-based, Americana-leaning quintet Run Katie Run is set to release a new EP, Running on Love, on April 16th, 2021.

Composed of Kate Coleman (lead vocals), Corey Coleman (guitar), Adam Pendlington (guitar, banjo), Stephen Quinn (bass), and Ian Pendlington (drums), Run Katie Run is one of the few new bands in recent memory that can rock multiple genres, flaunt resonant harmonies, and showcase a dynamic lead vocalist whose passion and power demand attention.

Running on Love was produced by Kate and the band, recorded and mastered by Corey, and mixed by Ian and whilst Kate is quick to share credit with her bandmates, the fact is that Run Katie Run centers on her singing, writing, and presence.

1. 15 Minutes
2. No Way Out
3. Stolen Time
4. Kinda Hoping
5. Stay or Leave
6. Running on Love

This quite beautiful, breathtaking breath of new musical fresh air, opens on the gentle hipsway, at first, and then the euphoric upswing of 15 Minutes and backs that up with the heightened pop rock of No Way Out, and then we get the dulcet gossamer opening to the mid-tempo rocker of a ballad Stolen Time.

Up next is the free flowing, melodic Americana rock of Kinda Hoping which is backed by the funky guitar work of the fast-versed Stay or Leave, with the EP closing out on the rhythmically stunning harmonies, and far reaching vocals of the title track Running on Love.

In closing, Running on Love winds through the restless drive, complex emotions, and exhilarating key changes of 15 Minutes, travels between the candor and yearning of Kinda Hoping, explores the bitter commentary of No Way Out, riding a current of tight rhythm, and summits at Kates climactic - and frankly stunning - high note in Running on Love as it builds toward an explosive ending.

Indeed, she lays down the law to an irresolute lover on Stay or Leave, amidst blazing fills and solo breaks from her musicians. And, simply put, Stolen Time confirms Run Katie Runs ascension as one of todays best harmony bands.

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