Runabay are at the forefront of fresh, new music in Northern Ireland, a sound which has undeniably been shaped by the beautiful coastline which surrounds the Glens of Antrim and is felt through the swooping melodies and poignant lyrics. The band produce a mature sound that leaves the listener hanging on the intricate guitar riffs, mellow three part harmonies and haunting cello.
Firstly, I'd like to say how proud and honoured we are to have been shortlisted in the Best Album catagory for the NI Music Prize 2019. Thanks to everyone who has supported us to get us here. Runabay will be playing in the Braid Arts Centre in Ballymena on the 28th of September alongside the fantastic Joshua Burnside. Tickets are selling out fast. Next show on the horizon is opening for Stephen James Smith at the Seamus Heaney Centre on October 1st. We are delighted to share a stage with both of these talented artists.
Keep an eye out for Runabay coming to a town near you soon.