One blooming band: made of three punkish men up to make you nod your head on some rocky, catchy and vivid melodies
Along with two dynamic and somewhat colorful women able to make your heart “beat like a kick-kick drum”;
Altered Sky, straight outta Glasgow, Scotland is making a big boom, with the launch of their anticipated debut album titled “Without Wonderful“.
Ana Nowosielska – Vocals – Amy Blair – Drums/Vocals – Richard Passe – Guitar – Ryan Zdrojewski – Guitar – Ross Archibald – Bass
This album is that explosive flavor (thanks to the guitar) to wake you up,
Or the actual recipe to keep you uplifted, along the beats of the drum.
A touch of sensitivity may be the secret ingredient of all this, with the sweetness of the lead vocals.
As Ana Nowosielska says, the Glasgow rock band are “painting stories in real life”,
Which seems legit, seen the quality of their visuals:
On 20th November of this year Altered Sky released their self funded debut album, “Without Wonderland”, which was
recorded with Romesh Dodangoda at Longwave Studios, Cardiff.
“Waves” the 2nd release from the album is currently playlisted on Kerrang Radio & Scuzz TV and the band’s recent UK album tour saw them smash attendance records from their previous outings.
Besides, living for music and relating to college students, this band, whose first album track is titled “This War Is Mine”, does have mission to accomplish.
This wonderful mission is an empowering one, indeed.
This mission deals with Education and suggesting innovative workshops for music programs.
The Altered Sky ‘Edu-tour’ is a unique hybrid of an acoustic or full rock performance that can be combined with a careers-oriented seminar about the music industry that focuses on a student’s potential role as a professional musician.
Topics such as song writing and the pros and cons of treating music as a hobby or as a career are explored, as well as how modern-day musicians spend and make money.
The challenges facing musicians in schools are numerous; this seminar and rock show can be another tool for teachers and administrators.
They will be heading out next year to promo the album with a run of HMV shows before heading out on their first European tour
28th March – Southampton, Joiners
29th March – Cardiff, The Moon Club
30th March – London, The Garage
31st March – Birmingham, The Rainbow
1st April – Glasgow, G2
All shows 14+ / Standard tickets £7