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Running Touch Announces ‘CARMINE’ National Tour

Post Modern Collective, Seismic Talent, Untitled Group & triple j are pleased to present Running Touch’s long-awaited “CARMINE” Australian Tour 2022.

Following an incredible summer festival run, hitting Wildlands, For The Love, and more the Melbourne-born showman brings his headline tour across Australia ahead of his debut album being released on May 6 – “Carmine” (out through Island Records Australia).

Carmine – a record about violence and love establishes the much-adored Australian artist as a world-class storyteller, a fearless innovator, and a master of atmosphere second to none in Australian electronic music.

Brimming with grit and glamour, the Carmine tour represents the beginning of a new chapter for the enigmatic artist: the advent of Running Touch’s second life as a juggernaut of intelligent, heart-rending dance music.

The first single off the album “Come With Me”, added to rotation on triple j has also received the coveted Spotify placements on Front Left, New Music Friday, New Dance Beats & more as well as Apple Music playlists such as New Music Daily, New In Electronic & more.

Be prepared to be enthralled by the powerful on-stage presence of Running Touch this May & June. Tickets will sell quickly, so ensure you secure your spot.

Carmine will be released on Friday May 6th . Available for pre-order now, his debut record will be available on limited-edition 180-gram clear coloured vinyl along with exclusive merch from the Running Touch official store 

Tour Dates:

Sat 21 May – The Forum, Melbourne

Fri 27 May – Kambri ANU, Canberra

Sat 28 May – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle

Fri 3 June – The Tivoli, Brisbane

Sun 5 June – Astor Theatre, Perth

Sat 11 June – Unibar, Hobart

Fri 17 June – Enmore Theatre, Sydney

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Tickets on sale to General Public 1pm AEDT Friday 18th March

Written by John Zebra