Gerd Janson's label has teamed up with the Stuttgart staple for the two-tracker.
Though Sibold has issued a string of 12-inches over the past six years, in a recent Facebook post he said "I'm lucky at the moment to be playing a lot as a DJ, the studio time gets seldom, but independent from that there are still these rare moments you cannot plan or predict where a melody randomly comes to your mind and it makes totally sense." The trance-inflected melody he describes is the basis for "Mutter," which appears in beatless form on the upcoming record's B-side. Sibold looks after a Stuttgart party called Common Sense People.
Thus far this year, Gerd Janson's label has put out Leon Vynehall's Rojus full-length as well as EPs from Paul Woolford, Tiger & Woods and LD Nero.
B Mutter (Beatless Version)
Running Back will release Mutter in spring, 2016.