Stone Broken Ain't Always Easy UK Tour 2018 With Support From Jared James Nichols And The Bad Flowers And New Album Details Too

Stone Broken have made a flurry of announcements, unveiling big plans for 2018.
The Walsall rockers are set to embark on a UK headline tour, their biggest to date, bringing their electrifying live show to venues around the UK in February and March 2018.
Kicking off in Brighton on 22nd February, the tour will also see Stone Broken headlining our second annual Winter's End festival on Friday 23rd February before calling at venues in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Nottingham, Pontypridd, Birmingham, Sheffield, Chester and Bristol.
Stone Broken will be joined at their headline shows by special guests Jared James Nichols and The Bad Flowers.
Tickets for the tour will be available in an exclusive 48-hour pre-sale via Planet Rock Tickets starting at 10am on Wednesday 25th October. Limited tickets for Winter's End are on-sale now via
Prior to the headline tour, the band will see 2017 out with appearances at WinterStorm Festival and our very own Planet Rockstock.
Stone Broken have also announced that their second studio album 'Ain't Always Easy' will be released on 2nd March 2018 following the signing of a new global record deal with Spinefarm Records, who will not only release the new album but will also re-issue the band's debut 'All In Time'.
'AIn't Always Easy' was produced and mixed by Romesh Dodangoda at Long Wave Recording Studios in Cardiff and will feature lead single 'Worth Fighting For'. The new track was exclusively premiered on Planet Rock Breakfast with Paul Anthony this morning (24th October) and will be available as a single and lyric video on 17th November.
The new record deal sees Stone Broken join a roster which includes the likes of Airbourne, Ghost, Rammstein and Whisky Myers. Enthusing about their latest singing, Spinefarm Records UK Head of A&R Dante Bonutto said: "Who doesn’t like big, driving riffs and massive choruses?! It’s easy to be impressed with Stone Broken on a musical basis alone – at last, a UK band with the sound and the attitude to make it possible for them to compete with rock’s elite names, most of them US-based. Add to this a down-to-earth approach, an understanding of the business side, plus a full-on work ethic, and you have a group whose career is already proceeding at pace. We’re hitting the ground running here, and given the close relationship that already exists between audience and band, I’m sure that the Stone Broken / Spinefarm axis will pave the way for a seriously exciting future..."
Ahead of the March 2018 release of 'Ain't Always Easy', a digital re-issue of 'All In Time' will be available from 17th November 2017, with an expanded CD and vinyl edition following in August 2018.

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