Stone Broken have rescheduled their April 2021 UK headline tour, now set to take place throughout January/ February 2022.
Despite the Covid-19 imposed delay, the ‘Revelation Tour’ is geared up to be the band’s biggest UK headline tour yet; the 11-date run sees the musicians take another big step up, playing larger venues nationwide, including performances at the 1,500 capacity Electric Ballroom in London and Institute, Birmingham.
Singer Rich Moss commented “Due to ongoing lock down venue restrictions in the live industry we’ve unfortunately had to move our Revelation Tour Dates once again. We thank all our fans for their continued patience and can’t wait to finally get back to performing live again. Roll on Revelation 2022!!”
Stone Broken ‘Revelation Tour’ dates:
Sun 23 Manchester Academy 2
Mon 24 Newcastle Riverside
Tue 25 Glasgow Garage
Thu 27 London Electric Ballroom
Fri 28 Exeter Pheonix
Sat 29 Bristol SWX
Sun 30 Cardiff Y Plas
Tue 01 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
Wed 02 Brighton Chalk
Thu 03 Norwich Waterfront
Fri 04 Birmingham O2 Institute
All previously purchased tickets remain valid. Further tickets available via www.stonebroken.com
Support will be provided by Phil X & the Drills and The Fallen State.
Stone Broken’s brand new studio album, produced by Dan Weller (guitarist of SikTh and renowned producer of seminal records by Enter Shikari, Bury Tomorrow & Babymetal, to name a few), is currently being worked on and will be released in 2021.
Stone Broken’s second studio album, Ain’t Always Easy (2018),debuted in the national UK Top 40 chart, and is available via Spinefarm Records – listen here: stonebroken.lnk.to/AintAlwaysEasy