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All Ends – new release from Another Sky

Another Sky have released ‘All Ends’, taken from their upcoming debut album ‘I Slept On The Floor’, due for release on 7th August via Fiction Records. Listen to the track here

Vocalist and lyricist Catrin Vincent had to say on the track

“We wrote All Ends in a dark place. As a kid, I was bullied, so I moved to London to try and prove everyone wrong. In London, I saw a mural on a wall that said “we are only individuals in the context of each other” and realised my whole worldview had to change.”

Since the release of their debut single in 2018, Another Sky have flawlessly merged hard-hitting, difficult topics with unparalleled cinematic sounds.  Catrin Vincent’s poetic rage has been titular in Another Sky’s story, grappling with the topics of toxic relationships, childhood trauma, systematic elitism, Brexit Britain, the rise of Donald Trump and much more. However, the band’s debut album is never didactic; it’s more of a personal diary, with a tentatively hopeful outlook.

The band recently announced a headline show in London at EartH for 11th November 2020, as part of their already announced run of UK dates through November and December. Tickets are on sale now.

Pre-order ‘I Slept On The Floor’ here. The album will be available in the below formats, with special bundles offered via the band’s store alongside some brand new merch which launches at midday BST tomorrow (Friday 24th July).

-Limited Edition Dark Green Vinyl with 12×12 poster

-Standard Vinyl

-Mintpack CD

More info can be found here.

11th November – EartH, London (announced day of “Fell In Love With The City” release)
19th November – Think Tank, Newcastle
20th November – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
21st November – Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
26th November – The Bullingdon, Oxford
27th November – Star & Garter, Manchester
28th November– The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
3rd December – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
4th December – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
5th December – The Louisiana, Bristol