County Line Runner Reveals New Single ‘Cold Dawn’

Photo Credit Shervin Lainez

Plays Hoxton Bar & Kitchen 24th October

Following a successful set at Mosley Folk Festival last weekend, County Line Runner, aka singer-songwriter Adam Day, today releases his new single ‘Cold Dawn’ on KIDinaKORNER and Polydor Records.

Starting off with simple synths and building slowly, ‘Cold Dawn’ has a beautiful melancholic edge coupled with sombre lyrics. On the track Adam said, “’Cold Dawn’ is really about how some things have a way of catching up with you… This song I’d written and then kind of buried until my guitar player Sam asked about it during a recording session.  Some things you write and don’t want to re-live but Sam really connected with it and I’m glad that he helped bring it back.” 

Listen to ‘Cold Dawn’ HERE

Named after a character from a US nineties TV show who robbed banks across county lines, the moniker summarises his place at a handful of intersections -upbeat energy versus introverted vulnerability, folk sensibilities versus rock ambition, with a nod towards post-punk and nostalgia for days gone by versus hope for the future.

With support from the likes of BBC Music, The Independent, RadioX, Beats1 and Clash Magazine, County Line Runner grace the stages of a handful of festivals this summer, including Reeperbahn Festival, Latitude and Mosley Folk Festival, before a headline tour in February, with a date at London’s Hoxton Bar & Kitchen on 24th October. Tickets on sale now from –

Catch County Line Runner at the following dates:


Fri 20th                      GERMANY, HAMBURG, Reeperbahn


Sat 19TH                    NORWICH, Wild Paths Festival

Sun 20th                    CARDIFF, SWN Festival

Thurs 24th                  LONDON, Hoxton Bar & Grill

Fri 26th                       THE NETHERLANDS, AMSTERDAM, London Calling


Thurs 13th                  BRIGHTON, Green Door Store

Fri 14th                       MANCHESTER, YES

Sat 15th                     GLASGOW, King Tut’s

Mon 17th                   DUBLIN, Whelan’s

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