Female fronted Scots announce biggest tour to date
Following their successful UK headline tour this month, Scotland’s finest pop rock export Altered Sky have announced their first ever Scottish run of headlining dates for February next year. The band will be joined on tour by Travis Oaks from Ireland, and Bec Sandridge from Australia.
In the words of vocalist Ana Nowosielska, the Glasgow band are “painting stories in real life” with their infectious brand of pop-rock. Not only female fronted but backed by a female drummer, Altered Sky stand out from the crowd with their uncynical self-belief and upbeat, punkish sensibility which is the backbone to their radio-friendly college rock.
The dates are as follows:
3 February 2015 Aberdeen, Tunnels
4 February 2015 Dundee, Beat Generator
5 February 2015 Inverness, Mad Hatters
6 February 2015 Perth, Green Room
7 February 2015 Edinburgh, Caberet Voltaire
Tickets go on sale on Friday the 28th November at 6pm.
Formed in 2010, this hard-working band have played small venues up and down the country, as well as sharing the stage supporting with We Are The In Crowd and The Wonder Years.
In 2014 the band launched their second EP ‘Stop And Live’ which was a follow-up to the critically acclaimed ‘In This World’. Both ‘Where I Belong’ and ‘Live For It’ from the EP have received airplay on Kerrang Radio, Planet Rock, Scuzz & K-ROQ as well as a large number of independent stations across the world, and the video for ‘Where I Belong’ was premiered on Kerrang.com.
Altered Sky have been championed on Kerrang by self confessed fan Johnny Doom. With a debut album scheduled for release in 2015, the time has come to open your eyes and look to the Altered Sky!