Emma Ruth Rundle has shared another new track from her upcoming album, Engine of Hell, which is out November 5 via Sargent House. “Blooms of Oblivion” is a stark, acoustic track that carries the darkness of her songs from Marked for Death or On Dark Horses, but with a much more stripped down aesthetic. Check out the video below, which Rundle co-directed with John Bradburn.
Rundle recently announced her appearance at the Fire in the Mountains festival, and she’s also added dates in Europe in 2022. Check those out below.
Engine of Hell follows Emma Ruth Rundle’s collaborative album with Thou, May Our Chambers Be Full.
Emma Ruth Rundle European tour dates:
2/5: Dampierre, FR – Le Temple Dampierre Les Bois
2/6: Gent, BE – Minard Schouwburg
2/8: London, UK – Clapham Grand
2/9: Manchester, UK – Stoller Hall
2/10: Bath, UK – Komedia
2/12: BE Bruxelles – Botanique Museum
2/13: FR Paris – Théâtre L’Européen
2/15: FR Rennes – Antipode
2/17: FR Lille – Église Saint Étienne
2/18: NL Nijmegen – Stevenskerk
2/19: Bochum, DE – Christuskirche
2/20: Hamburg, DE – Nachtasyl
2/22: Berlin, DE – Heimathafen
2/23: Leipzig, DE – UT Connewitz
2/25: Porto, PT – Casa da Música
2/26: Lisboa, PT – Culturgest
May Our Chambers Be Full was our Album of the Year in 2020.