Melbourne’s Storm The Sky are hitting the road this August on a national tour in support of their debut album, Permanence, playing the record in its entirety for fans in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.
Storm The Sky drummer Alex Trail says the band are excited to play at length after supporting Michigan band Chiodos’ 2015 Australian tour in January and February and In Hearts Wake’s Skydancer tour earlier this month.
“We haven’t really had the chance to play many longer sets since the release of the album so this tour is the perfect opportunity for us to bring some new songs in front of a live audience,” Trail says. Supporting Storm The Sky on tour will be fellow Melburnians, Harbours.
To celebrate their national tour behind Permanence, Storm The Sky have also dropped a music video for album cut Alive, which can be viewed in full, below.
Speaking about the video, Storm The Sky vocalist William Jarratt says, “We really wanted to show how much we love playing this song live,and because of that we decided to film a video on the Skydancer tour to really encapsulate the energy and enjoyment both us, and the crowd can enjoy at our shows.”
Storm The Sky’s Permanence national tour begins in Brisbane on Friday, 14th August. View full tour and ticket details, below.
Watch: Storm The Sky – Alive
Storm The Sky The Permanence National Tour
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Friday, 14th August 2015
The Lab, Brisbane (All Ages)
Saturday, 15th August 2015
The Lair, Sydney (All Ages)
Friday, 21st August 2015
The Gasometer Hotel, Melbourne (18+)
Saturday, 22nd August 2015
The Gasometer Hotel, Melbourne (All Ages)
Sunday, 23rd August 2015
Nexus Arts Centre, Adelaide (All Ages)