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Runrummer “Crazy People” & His BBC Appearance

UK artist Runrummer drops her song, “Crazy People.” The release brought the singer to appear as a the winner artist in the BBC’s Introducing Featured Artist program. The artist also won the award for the PRS’ Women Make Music Award.

“Crazy People”

Photo credits to the artist's official social accounts

The artist released a statement to describe the single. She described it as “an ode to intrusive thoughts inspired by the Pixies ‘Where Is My Mind.'” Due to the song’s resemblance of the movie’s soundtrack, the artist also said that it “will be a familiar tune to any Fight Club fans out there.”
The song was co-produced with my good friend Ed Trotter and mastered by Katie Tavini. Eleanor Robson worked on the cover’s artwork.

BBC’s Featured Artist

Runrummer was selected by BBC as the feature artist for their “BBC Introducing Featuring Artist” segment. The program helped multiple artists rising and getting recognition among the larger public. Some of these artists include: Marina and The Diamonds, Ellie Goulding, The 1975,  Alt-J, TCTS, and Years & Years.

Even more, in the program, the artist has the chance to discuss Runrummer’s history, music journey, and the origin of the name. Moreover, the new single “Crazy People” and the upcoming album were part of the interview. The artist also discussed the PRS Foundation’s Women Make Music Award.

PRS’ Women Make Music Award

Runrummer won the 2022 award for the  PRS’ Women Make Music contest.

In detail, PRS is a charitable funder of new music and talent development. Founded in 2000, PRS Foundation supports outstanding talents from different backgrounds and genres in the UK. Artists the foundation worked with includeLittle Simz, Wolf Alice, Dave, Sam Fender, Years & Years, AJ Tracey, Anna Meredith, Yola, Glass Animals, Natalie Driscoll, Ezra Collective, Jade Bird, Ghetts, Shiva Feshareki, Sarathy Korwar, Floating Points, Nadine Shah, The Fanatix, Imogen Heap, IDLES, Kae Tempest, Kojey Radical and Emily Burns.

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