PREMIERE: Get cathartic and catchy with Broken Field Runner’s ‘Clear A Heaven So This Earth Can Breathe’ full-album stream

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The origin story of Broken Field Runner dates back a few years, to when vocalist/guitarist Tony Bucci was playing in Albany, New York, pop-punk band Caleb Lionheart. He took a trip to Las Vegas for his brother’s bachelor party and while there, had an opportunity to play some stripped-down acoustic songs, including a brand new track called “Black Irish” he hadn’t even shown his bandmates yet. Then, once he returned from Vegas, Caleb Lionheart broke up. But Bucci didn’t get discouraged; instead, he took it as an opportunity to explore just what he wanted to be as a musician. It took three years of self-discovery, but the result is Clear A Heaven So This Earth Can Breathe, the debut album from Broken Field Runner. It’s a nine-song collection of emotionally charged, punk-influenced indie rock that could sit comfortably on a playlist between Into It. Over It.’s Proper, Pedro The Lion’s Control and Brand New’s The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me—and if you don’t believe us, stream the entire record for yourself below. Clear A Heaven So This Earth Can Breathe comes out July 24 via Secret Audio Club and can be pre-ordered here.

Catch Broken Field Runner on tour this summer:

7.24 | New Bedford, MA @ No Problemo w/Blind Mice, Royal Psalms
7.25 | Albany, NY @ The Low Beat w/Blind Mice
7.26 | Catskill, NY @ Doubles II w/Blind Mice
7.27 | Philadelphia, PA @ Creep Records w/Podacter
7.28 | Lancaster, PA @ TBA
7.29 | Baltimore, MD @ TBA
7.30 | Frederick, MD @ All Saints Episcopal
7.31 | Wilmington, DE @ TBA
8.01 | Flemington, NJ @ TBA
8.02 | Long Island, NY @ The Wood Shop w/Podacter