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Fell Runner weave breezy art-pop on "Come Home," play Bootleg Bar on 6/19

Every note Fell Runner plays fills the ears with a sense of discovery. The art-rock quartet's latest, "Come Home," weaves intricate guitar lines over polyrhythmic drum fills. Their integration of instruments blends seamlessly with a vibrancy that reflects their learned abilities, while also showcasing a spontaneity that sounds charmingly personalized. The band presents a melancholic scenario through their yearning pleas, and yet it brims with life—they harmonize together in playful accord, shrugging their lament with a wide-ranging sound that is both breezy and engaging. 

"Come Home" is the first single off Fell Runner's forthcoming second album, Talking, out June 29 via YES PLZ. Catch them at Bootleg Bar on June 19. Juan Rodríguez

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Live Review: Golden Daze at Non Plus Ultra 2/27

Light reflected brilliantly from Jack Kilmer's wavering tremolo arm as Glimmer dipped into the Non Plus Ultra last Saturday. Oxford shoes, white kicks, and the cowboy hat that had loitered under the haze of cigarettes, drew into the swirl of stretched-out, torrid chords. The first intermission allowed a quick survey of the room: there was spilled beer and little space to move. The audience tripled in size as Golden Daze gave more than a taste of their narcotic, new self-titled debut, even revealing an unreleased track "Within" to closed eyes and mesmerized ears. The night was still young as FYF veteran and self-proclaimed "biggest trashcan" Evan Weiss (ex-Wires on Fire) stepped up with JUNK for some innocent, destructive fun.

You did miss out; but you can still catch Ben and Jacob next week as they support Fell Runner's March residency at the Bootleg, presented by KXLU. As always, check our Instagram @TheDeliLA for more pictures of the night. - Ryan Mo


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