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LUKE STEELE FINDS A MOMENT OF CALM AMONG WAVES OF PANIC ON“RUNNING, RUNNING

 

As he rolls out his solo debut Listen To The Water (out May 13), Luke Steele continues to reveal the album’s singular charm and expansive sonic treasures. Today he shares “Running Running,” a patiently unfolding lullaby that grasps at calm in a moment of anxiety. With elements of Bowie’s sci-fi-addled mysticism, the analog-meets-synthetic experimentation of ‘80s King Crimson, and the enigmatic yet meditative acoustic soundworlds of Mutations-era Beck, Steele sings himself through overwhelming waves of panic. “Running running, round in my head / I can feel it coming back again,” Steele sings, as lilting pedal steel and vintage drum machines provide distinctive color and a sense of perpetual motion towards the horizon.

 

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