Running Red Lights was established in 2006. Migrating from small towns all across Eastern Canada to the swelling city of Toronto.
Getting together as a pop oriented, female fronted group under the control and direction of well-established traditionalists with crumbling ideas. The band found themselves caught between 2 worlds, eventually weathering the collapse of the old guard and struggling to adapt to the new age of DIY and the ever changing music industry. Despite what at times felt like creative and career pandemonium, Running Red Lights went on to release a number of EP’s between 2009 and 2012. The band continued to be a part of Canada’s growing live music scene and in 2010 out-rivalled some of Canada’s top indie bands to become the winners of the Youdiscover Live Music Concert Series.
Running Red Lights debut album ‘There’s a Bluebird in My Heart’ released in 2014 to a sweep of praise from music journalist from all over the world. The album was added and featured on CBC and BBC Radio.
Today we share their latest single called ‘Salt’. It’s a brazenly infectious indie-pop track that showcases the bands ability to change and adapt.