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Spielbergs Announce Running All The Way Home EP

Listen to the title track of Spielbergs’ new EP Running All The Way Home

Following on from their This Is Not The End album released earlier this year, Norwegian punks Spielbergs have announced details of a brand new EP titled Running All The Way Home.

Available to pre-order now, Running All The Way Home includes a handful of new songs including Oh No and Fake A Reaction, plus unreleased material from the This Is Not The End album sessions.

You can listen to the title track from the EP below.

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Running All The Way Home is a song about regret,” says vocalist/guitarist Mads Baklien. You can’t undo what you’ve done. You can apologise to the people you’ve hurt all you want, you can promise to do better in the future, but it will not fix things. You will just have to wait it out and see what happens.”

The EP will be released digitally as well as on CD and transparent-blue vinyl. The LP version contains additional bonus tracks taken from Spielbergs’ debut EP, all previously unavailable on vinyl.

Running All The Way Home EP tracklist (digital/CD)

1. Running All The Way Home
2. This Is Not The End
3. Oh No
4. The Sum
5. Fake A Reaction 

Running All The Way Home EP tracklist (vinyl)

1. Running All The Way Home
2. This Is Not The End
3. Oh No
4. The Sum
5. Fake A Reaction
6. Ghost Boy
7. Daisy! It’s The New Me
8. Setting Sun 

Posted on September 5th 2019, 3:00p.m.
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