Published Mar 08, 2019As we approach the band's Rattlesnake album, the Strumbellas are once again sharing a new track off the record. This time it's the LP's "Running Scared (Desert Song)."
The track follows "Salvation" and is described as "an ergetic breezy dust up with catchy anthemic hooks."
In a statement, the group's Simon Ward said, "'Running Scared' is actually the song that inspired the artwork for the album. We love playing it because it makes us feel like we're in the middle of the desert. This is one of the songs that came together the fastest and the studio was fun because we got to experiment with lots of weird instruments."
Check out a lyric video for "Running Scared (Desert Song)" below or listen to it via the DSP of your choice here.
As previously reported, the Strumbellas have a special Canadian performance alongside Dan Mangan, Donovan Woods and Dizzy at Hamilton's Royal Botanical Gardens. It takes place on July 6, and you can get more info here.
The band also have a lengthy U.S. tour coming up, including some SXSW gigs. You can see all those dates here.
Rattlesnake will arrive March 29 through the Strumbellas' own imprint Underneath a Mountain Records in conjunction with eOne.