BLAME MY YOUTH Charges Into Heartbreak With New Single “Running”

Breakout alt-rock sensations, Blame My Youth, are back today with the next step in their sonic evolution, in the shape of brand new single, “Running”. Co-written and produced with Joey Moi (Nickelback, HARDY, Morgan Wallen) and Julio Tavarez (Bob Moses), the new track arrives hot on the heels of previously released single, "The Break ", which dominated editorial playlists across streaming platforms and hit the Alternative radio airwaves this week. The two tracks are now packaged together on streaming platforms and can be streamed HERE. Fans can watch the official music video for “The Break” below and watch the visualizer for "Running" HERE.

“Running” is a track that encapsulates the turmoil of self-inflicted heartbreak, underscored by the band's seamless blend of raw emotion and anthemic rock energy, demonstrating what you can expect from their debut album coming later this year.

Speaking on the inspiration behind today’s new release, Blame My Youth frontman and songwriter, Sean Van Vleet shares: “We wrote 'Running' as a homage to the kinda heartbreak you do to yourself when you leave someone you know is way too good for you. They wanna stay, you wanna stay, but you fly too close to the fire lit by your own demons. I guess 'I stay running', to me, means you’re always chasing a feeling with someone rather than something real.”