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Born Ruffians Post New Single Miss You

Tuesday, 09 January 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Matt Barnes

Born Ruffians have shared a new single, Miss You.

It will feature on 'Uncle, Duke & The Chief', the follow up to 2015's 'Ruff', which is set to arrive on February 16 through Paper Bag Records.

Speaking about it, guitarist and vocalist Luke Lalonde said:

"I found this old voice memo on my phone from 2015 called 'I miss you so much baby. It was just the chorus of 'Miss You' with vocal and piano, very early 60s vibe. I guess I just heard it on the right night when I had a guitar at hand and the rest of the song came very quickly. I think the narrator is a mix of pure ego and emotional suffering. He thinks the people walking by him on the sidewalk actually care about him, or are paying attention to him. This guy is sort of full of himself but he’s proud of his pain and his longing, he feels like it elevates him somehow and he wants to show it off."

Born Ruffians Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed March 07 2018 - OTTAWA Ontario - 27 Club (Canada)
Thu March 08 2018 - OTTAWA Ontario - 27 Club (Canada)
Sat March 10 2018 - ST CATHARINES Ontario - Warehouse Concert Hall (Canada)
Thu March 15 2018 - CLEVELAND Ohio - Grog Shop (USA)
Sat March 17 2018 - NASHVILLE Tennessee - High Watt (USA)
Sun March 18 2018 - ATLANTA Georgia - Aisle 5 (USA)
Mon March 19 2018 - CARRBORO North Carolina - Cat's Cradle - Back Room (USA)
Wed March 21 2018 - WASHINGTON District Of Columbia - DC9 Night Club (USA)
Thu March 22 2018 - PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania - Johnny Brenda's (USA)
Fri March 23 2018 - CAMBRIDGE MA Massachusetts - Sinclair Music Hall (USA)
Wed April 04 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Lees Palace (Canada)
Thu April 05 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Lees Palace (Canada)
Fri April 06 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Lees Palace (Canada)
Sat April 07 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Lees Palace (Canada)
Sun April 08 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Lees Palace (Canada)

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