2nd August 2019


StoneWire will release their new album 'Life As We Know It' on 1st November 2019.

The band say about 'Life As We Know It': "Many times people would tell us that they love the CDs but think we take it to another level in our live shows: that the sound is grittier, and Sky's vocals are more raw and stand out even more.

"So we wrote some 'stompier' songs that reflect our live feel and Rob ensured the recording and mixing was kept raw and authentic. The end result is 'Life As We Know It', an album, we believe, that really reflects our evolution as a band and a 5-piece song writing team."

The first single and video, 'FTM', is out today, and here it is...

Frontlady Sky Hunter is famed for delivering electrifying live performance yet StoneWire are not all about Sky - they are very much a band, as she tells us: "We write together as a five-piece. One of us comes in with an idea, and that could be anyone, then we just start joining in and jamming it until a song starts to take shape.

"It stands us in good stead for the live shows: We have five people with different influences and that makes for some amazing music – and it's music that all of us are invested in."

Since StoneWire released their debut album. 'When The Crow Flies', they have toured across the UK and in Europe and saw them support Michael Schenker, Swiss Rockers Gotthard, guitar legend Bernie Marsden and just recently The Cadillac Three. They have also played some great festivals over the years, seeing them billed alongside Black Star Riders and King King to name but a few. In June 2018 they played a storming set at the O2 Arena in London for Stone Free Festival and after a successful HRH debut at HRH BLUES, StoneWire were asked back to Sheffield to play the Main Stage at HRH C.R.O.W.S.

You can catch StoneWire live at the following dates with a winter tour to accompany the release of 'Life As We Know It' to be announced shortly.

August 4th: Faversham, A New Day Festival
August 31st: Gravesend, Herofest, Leos Red Lion (Headlining)
September 27th: London, Four Sticks Weekender: The Second Coming
October 26th: Glasgow, Audio (Special guests of The Swamp Born Assassins)
December 7th: London, The Cavern







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