Stone Broken have announced their dynamic new studio album ‘Revelation‘, due for release on 15th April 2022 via Spinefarm. Born from a desire to push themselves into new realms of musical creativity, Revelation sees Stone Broken storming into rock’s big leagues.
The band have also released the title track as a single. Check out the video for ‘Revelation‘:
Having partnered with award-winning producer and former SikTh guitarist Dan Weller (Enter Shikari, Holding Absence, Bury Tomorrow) back in early 2019, both artist and producer hit it off right from the get-go. Working remotely with Weller between Walsall and London, the band shared lots of new ideas, experimenting with aspects of electronic sound design and fusing different strands of their more straight-ahead hard rock with darker electro elements – something frontman, Rich Moss, and drummer/ backing vocalist, Robyn Haycock, had long wanted to try.
‘Revelation‘, then, is an album both for Stone Broken fans and for the band themselves. Between the enforced COVID break and the exhilarating new elements they’ve incorporated into their music, the band and their Broken Army are ready to take on the world.
Rich Moss says: “We had a completely different approach on this record compared to our previous records, we wanted to try everything, we wanted to experiment, we wanted to build our sound from the ground up and totally re-imagine the ‘Stone Broken Sound’, BUT without losing what we already had. It wasn’t easy, not in the slightest, but we managed to break down a few walls to get there, and along the way had some awesome discoveries. Like Robyn now having more vocal duties across the whole record, it really works well and brings a whole new dynamic to our songs”.
Pre-order ‘Revelation‘ in a variety of formats, including special bundles: here
Stone Broken have also announced rescheduled dates for their UK headline tour. Previously scheduled to take place this month, The Revelation Tour sees Stone Broken take another big step up, playing larger venues nationwide, including performances at the 1,500 capacity Electric Ballroom in London and Institute, Birmingham.
WED 20: Glasgow Garage
THU 21: Newcastle Riverside
FRI 22: Manchester Academy 2
SUN 24: Bradford Nightrain **NEW SHOW ADDED**
MON 25: Bristol Marble Factory
WED 27: Norwich Waterfront
THU 28: London Electric Ballroom
FRI 29: Birmingham O2 Institute
SAT 30: Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
MON 02: Exeter Pheonix
TUE 03: Cardiff Y Plas
WED 04: Brighton Chalk
All previously purchased tickets are valid across these new dates. An additional show in Bradford has been confirmed for 24th April. For further ticket information head to the band’s website.
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