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STONE BROKEN Reveal Lyric Video For 'Worth Fighting For'




STONE BROKEN REVEAL LYRIC VIDEO FOR ‘WORTH FIGHTING FOR’


SECOND STUDIO ALBUM, ‘AIN’T ALWAYS EASY’, LINED UP FOR MARCH 2nd 2018

HEADLINE TOUR ANNOUNCED FOR FEBRUARY / MARCH 2018 – BIRMINGHAM SOLD-OUT!



Stone Broken have released a lyric video for their current single, ‘Worth Fighting For’; the track features on forthcoming album, ‘Ain’t Always Easy’, set for release on March 2nd 2018.



As is typical of Stone Broken frontperson and lyricist, Rich Moss, the song carries a poignant message; ‘Worth Fighting For’ acknowledges a variety of struggles people face in life and offers hope and encouragement.

Moss says; “We don’t live in a perfect world. In some form or another, we have all been affected by some kind of issue; whether it be bullying, homelessness, illness, prejudice, it’s everywhere and a lot of the time we feel that we can’t do anything about it, but you can…you REALLY can. ‘Worth Fighting For’ is a song about exactly that. If there is something you feel is worth fighting for, then you should stand up and do something about it, no matter how big or small the change is. If it makes your life and the lives of others around you better, then it’s worth fighting for. Everyone will have their own battles in life, and we hope that this might give even one person the strength to stand up against them.”



Watch the lyric video here: http://vevo.ly/h30LTm



SB recently announced a UK / Euro headline tour for February / March 2018, with their show in Birmingham already a sell-out!



The current list of confirmed UK / European tour dates for 2018 is as follows:-



FEBRUARY 2018

Feb 22 Brighton, The Haunt

Feb 23 Sandford, Winter’s End Festival (headlining)

Feb 24 London, Islington Assembly Hall

Feb 25 Manchester, Club Academy

Feb 26 Glasgow, G2

Feb 28 Newcastle, Riverside



MARCH 2018

Mar 01 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

Mar 02 Pontypridd, Muni Arts Centre

Mar 03 Birmingham, O2 Institute2 [SOLD OUT]

Mar 04 Sheffield, Corporation

Mar 06 Chester, Live Rooms

Mar 07 Bristol, The Fleece

Mar 09 Amsterdam, Melkweg (Upstairs)

Mar 10 Cologne, MTC

Mar 11 Hamburg, Logo

Mar 13 Berlin, Musik & Frieden

Mar 14 Munich, Strom

Mar 16 Vaureal, Le Forum

Mar 17 Verviers, Spirit of ‘66



Special Guests on the February / March headline UK run are Jared James Nichols and The Bad Flowers.


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