Whether you’re looking for motivation to get moving or a way to get yourself in a good mood, there are a number of inspiring songs about running. From the wild-cub song “I run to you” by Wild Cub to the Rolling Stones’ “Exercise is an exorcism,” there’s a song to suit your taste.
Wild Cub’s song is about running
Wild Cub have released a cover of Jessie Ware’s ‘Running’. It is a very faithful cover, but adds a fresh slant on the original. The track was recorded at Nashville’s Farmland Studios. The video is filmed in black and white, and features the members of the band.
Wild Cub has been gaining attention for their original work, and their covers have garnered a lot of attention. Their live show at Sunset Tavern in Seattle was sold out, and they’ll be playing there again soon. They’re also playing at SXSW in Austin, Texas. You can find more information about Wild Cub at their website or follow them on Facebook. You can also catch them on KEXP’s studios.
Nashville’s Wild Cub is a pop band that blends memorable guitar runs with infectious beats. Their debut album, Youth, received praise from The Guardian, Clash Music, The Line Of Best Fit, and Top Shop. They’ve played several festivals and at fashion week, and will continue their busy touring schedule this summer.
Wild Cub’s music is reminiscent of John Hughes’ soundtracks. The band was formed a year ago by songwriter Keegan DeWitt. The band’s debut album, Youth, is an impressive effort for a band with such a limited budget. It was written in DeWitt’s ramshack home studio, and is a fantastic showcase of the band’s versatility.
Lady Antebellum’s “I Run To You”
“I Run To You” is Lady Antebellum’s latest single, and it is an upbeat, country-pop number. It became the group’s first Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 single, and it went on to chart in the Adult Top 40 and Adult Contemporary charts. It earned the group the CMA Award for Single of the Year for 2019 and the Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals. It also earned the group a double Platinum certification through the RIAA after reaching two million digital streams.
Rolling Stones’ “Exercise as exorcism”
The Rolling Stones’ Exercise as Exorcism is a great example of a rock song that can be a good exorcism. The song is most notable for the sitar line, which is provided by Brian Jones. The song also features the relentless forward motion of Charlie Watts, which offers fresh desperation with every chorus.
Postal Service’s “Running cadence”
“Running cadence” is a song by Postal Service that is a great choice for your running music. It’s a call-and-response style that is used during military marches and runs. It’s also popular with other branches of the military.
If you’d like to learn more about the cadences used in military service, you can do a YouTube search. A variety of users have posted recordings of themselves leading military cadences. You can also check out the collection of military cadences maintained by Christopher Howell. Another resource that has many military cadences is Grunt’s Military.