Runaway Ricochet's upbeat ska fueled with solid horns quickly demonstrate the bands development since their debut project.Features:Young Adults,Daytime TV,Spunk

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, UNITED STATES, August 24, 2018 / — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 11, 2018 Gas Station Culture
by Runaway Ricochet

Gas Station Culture is Runaway Ricochet's second CD. The upbeat ska feel layered with solid horn riffs quickly demonstrates the bands development since their debut project All You Need Is Here 2017. The band will be supporting this album with a live US tour from August through the Fall with announced cities so far includes Minneapolis/St Paul, Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago.

The inspiration for the first single Young Adults, shows up in songwriter Erik Saxton's opening lines. “I don't go to college, school dropped out on me.” Four members of the band were living together in a small apartment and studying music at McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, MN. They received an email in December 2017 that the school would be closing immediately due to financial difficulties and by the way, you no longer have a place to live. The roommates decided to dive full force into their music rather than to find other schools. They were now young adults but Saxton felt that aged 18 to 21 in the US, society doesn't always treat them that way. Other featured songs Daytime TV, Spunk and Quicksand make this a great listen through and through.

Runaway Ricochet Members: Erik Saxton-Lead Vocals & Bass Guitar, David Rapheal-Guitar & Vocals, Collin Johnson-Drums & Vocals, Caleb Anderson-Trumpet, Christian Larson-Trombone.
CD recorded and produced by Kevin Holevar at Underground Productions in Detroit, MI.

For more Info: contact Keith Saxton 612.219.9026 [email protected]

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