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Cane Hill Release New Song 'It Follows' Plus UK Tour With Motionless In White




NEW ALBUM TOO FAR GONE OUT THROUGH RISE RECORDS ON 19TH JANUARY

UK TOUR SUPPORTING
MOTIONLESS IN WHITE FOR 2018




CANE HILL have released the new song "It Follows" from the band's second full-length, Too Far Gone, out January 19th through Rise Records.


About the song, singer Elijah Witt told Revolver where it originally premiered, "This was a really fun song to write and it probably took us the longest. It's heavy and catchy all at once. We were trying to go for full on 'metal epic' without over-reaching and I think we did just that."


Check out the video for 'It Follows' below:





Too Far Gone, which is the follow up to 2016's Smile is available for pre-order HERE.

Cane Hill will return to the road next month, embarking on a North American tour with Of Mice & Men, Blessthefall, and Fire From the Gods. All confirmed dates are below. The band will also perform at Rock on the Range in the spring.
ICYMI:
Cane Hill previously released the video for title track. Listen + watch HERE

The band also shared the video for "Lord of Flies." Watch it HERE

Listen to the track "10 Cents" HERE

TOO FAR GONE TRACK LISTING:
Too Far Gone
Lord of Flies
Singing In the Swamp
Erased
Why?
It Follows
Scumbag
Hateful
10 Cents
The End

The band will be touring later this month supporting Motionless In White.

You can see the band at the following dates:

18th January Engine Rooms Southampton
19th January O2 Academy Bristol
20th January Stylus Leeds
22nd January The Garage Glasgow
23rd January Riverside Newcastle
25th January Koko London
26th January O2 Institute Birmingham
27th January O2 Ritz Manchester
28th January The Waterfront Norwich

Tickets on sale now at Ticketmaster.co.uk


http://www.wearecanehill.com/

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