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Storm The Sky Announce New Album And Reveal Video For Lilac

Friday, 08 July 2016 Written by Jennifer Geddes

Storm The Sky have announced their new album, 'Sin Will Find You', and revealed the video for their latest single, Lilac.

The album follows on from the band's last release, 'Permanence', which came out in 2015, and is set to hit the shelves on August 5 via UNFD.  Frontman William Jarratt said of it:

“Sin Will Find You is intentionally 100 percent based on my life. I wanted to write the most open record I could, because I was sick of worrying about what people might think if they knew who I really am. I was holding back so as not to hurt anyone – so much so that I was lying about petty things just to stop people from judging me or disliking something that was inherently part of who I was. Writing it, I felt a weight lift off my shoulders.”

You can watch the video for Lilac below, where you'll also find the tracklisting and album artwork.

1. Second Best
2. Jaded Ghost
3. Carcinova
4. Medicine
5. Wake Up Sleeping
6. In Vein
7. Lilac
8. S.W.F.Y
9. Disappointed
10. Burning





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