Enigmatic Aussie producer Running Touch is set to re-broadcast (or, re-run, if you will) his appearance as part of the Room Service Festival & Chill Nation livestreamed event.
Taking place across three days beginning April 24th, the Room Service Festival was a livestreamed music festival hosted by Fyre Festival producer (and “Blowjob King“) Andy King, and presented by YouTube channels Trap Nation & Chill Nation.
Featuring A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Whethan, What So Not, Yungblud, Crooked Colours, Hayden James, RAC, and much more, the event was a major success, with 103 years of content watched thanks to 2.5 million total views, and more than $135,000 in donations raised for Sweet Relief and Feeding America, aiding those affected by COID-19.
Now, Melbourne producer Running Touch is set to re-broadcast his appearance as part of the digital event, sharing his performance via YouTube at 11am AEST on Saturday, May 2nd.
Spanning 26 minutes, the stunning performance was Running Touch’s first-ever livestream, and showcased his skills as a versatile musician. Sharing eight songs – including new single, “Meet Me” – the artist switched between guitar, drums, piano, and vocals, proving his worth not only as an acclaimed producer, but an accomplished live musician, too.
In addition to “Meet Me” the set also included favourites such as “This Is Just To Say”, “My Hands”, and “Courtesy Of”, as well a remix of ODESZA’s “Late Night”, and “Better Together”, the Gold-selling collaboration with Hayden James.
Running Touch is gearing up to release his debut album sometime in the near future, with the recently-released “Meet Me” set to serve as the opening track. His live set also included one yet-to-be released cut which will ostensibly appear on his forthcoming album.
Check out a preview of the event above, and be sure to tune in on Saturday morning to catch the exceptional performance from Running Touch.