Scotland’s newest pop punk/rock export Altered Sky have announced a brand new single taken from their forthcoming EP ‘Stop And Live’ which is due for release early next year. The track ‘Where I Belong’ is set for release on 11th November.
The video premiered online with Kerrang.com earlier this week and can be seen here.
The band, currently armed with new material that will firmly cement their mixture of soaring vocals and catchy melodies deep in the core of those who hear it, will release the EP ‘Stop And Live’ early next year. It was recorded with Romesh Dodangoda (Funeral for a friend, Kids in glass houses) at the legendary Longwave studios, the band are really excited to get it out to their loyal fan base…
“Recording with Romesh seemed so daunting at first, he’d worked with FFAF and Motorhead so we were a bit nervous. He was so professionally focused, though, that we just fell into this amazing rhythm in the studio. We can’t wait to release this next record, we love the new tracks and playing them live is going to be something special!”
Since forming in 2010, Altered Sky has been touring and writing which has earned them an impressive fan base across the UK and gained them impressive live spots such as headlining King Tuts.
You can catch the band on tour in November. Full dates below.
Catch Altered Sky live in the UK
Saturday 2nd Nov – The Garage, Glasgow 14+
Tuesday 5th Nov – Santiago Bar, Leeds 16+
Wednesday 6th Nov – The Cellars, Portsmouth 14+
Thursday 7th Nov – The Asylum, Chelmsford 18+
Saturday 9th Nov – Gasworks, Bradford
Sunday 10th Nov – The Retro Bar, Manchester 14+