Run Into The Night
GB Glasgow – Rock ’n’ Roll / Indiepop / Post-Punk / Rock / Garage Rock
Run Into The Night
Music Plays
Soundcloud: 374 Music Plays
4.66 K
Video Views
Youtube: 4.66 K Video Views


Live Setup

Unplugged No
Cover band No
Members 2
Gig History
01 Feb / 2019 Vigil of War/Voodoo Blood/Run Into The Night Waterloo Music Bar, Waterloo
Label / Release Type Year
Run Into The Night
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder New Fix Single 2018
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder The Devils Rhythm Single 2018
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Turn To Static Single 2017
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Press Text
Run Into The Night are a female indie rock / noise pop duo from Glasgow, Scotland formed by Christina Cassette and Ellie May.

After spending many late nights drinking and listening to their favourite records, from 60’s pop to 70’s punk, the friends began fusing genres and making music together.

The band had success with the self-release of their first 7" record ‘Turn To Static’ in mid 2017, which reached the Top 100 songs by unsigned bands in the UK with Salute Music and aired on many radio stations, most notably on Steve Lamacq’s BBC 6 Music radio show. Run Into The Night are a BBC Introducing artist and their sound has been compared to bands such as Queen of the Stone Age, Arcade Fire, The Black Keys and Blondie.

Performing live is where Run Into The Night really come to life by delivering raw energetic shows and recreating the experimental sound captured on their records. Whilst touring, guitarist Christina Cassette picked up sponsorships from Eastwood Guitars and Honeyboy Amps. Since the band’s first release they have been touring the UK’s underground scene and have opened for international acts such as California’s Deap Vally and New York’s Twin Guns (ex The Cramps).

In 2018, the duo released two singles, "The Devils Rhythm" and "New Fix", and went on a successful UK tour promoting both singles on limited edition vinyl. They are spending the rest of the year making festival appearances and recording new material for their next release.