Stone Broken’s highly anticipated January/ February 2022 headline ‘Revelation Tour’ is pleased to announce that up and coming Glaswegian rock band Mason Hill will be coming along for the ride. An addition both acts are ecstatic about, Mason Hill will perform as special guest main support across all shows excluding Glasgow.
Mason Hill lead singer Scott Taylor comments, “We’re buzzing to be joining Stone Broken on their biggest UK tour to date! We go back years with them, so it’s extra special for us to join the Revelation tour, adding to an experience that’s no doubt gonna be an insane kick ass rock fest! It’ll be unmissable.”
Originally billed with The Fallen State opening and Phil X and the Drills in the special guest slot, Phil X and the Drills have made the difficult decision to step away from the tour in the face of continued overseas covid concerns.
“Well, it’s been a crazy 18 months and COVID has a lot to answer for!” starts Stone Broken front man, Rich Moss.
“Although not as bad as it once was, it is still having an impact on what we do and unfortunately this has meant that Phil X and the Drills have had to pull out of the upcoming Revelation tour. It’s not all doom and gloom though, because our good friends in Mason Hill are now joining us, along with The Fallen State to complete the line-up. Plans are coming together to make this our biggest and best tour yet.”
Phil X and the Drills add, “To all Drills fans & our pals Stone Broken, we were all set & very excited to come back to the UK for our support role for the January/ February 2022 tour.? Alas…. with the covid situation being what it is, we’ve decided we will not be ready to cross the pond at that time.? Seeing first-hand the cancellation of early 2022 runs with other bands & global trade shows such as NAMM being postponed from January until the spring… it just supports our mindset. ?Thank you for understanding & we hope to see you later in the year of 2022.? Stay safe & healthy, Phil X”
The 11-date ‘Revelation Tour’ sees Stone Broken take another big step up, playing larger venues nationwide, including performances at the 1,500 capacity Electric Ballroom in London and Institute, Birmingham.
Stone Broken’s brand new studio album, produced by Dan Weller (guitarist of SikTh and renowned producer of seminal records by Enter Shikari, Bury Tomorrow & Babymetal, to name a few), is currently being worked on and will be released in 2022
Stone Broken’s second studio album, Ain’t Always Easy (2018), debuted in the national UK Top 40 chart, and is available via Spinefarm Records – listen here: stonebroken.lnk.to/AintAlwaysEasy
STONE BROKEN IS: Rich Moss (front man & guitar), Chris Davis (lead guitar), Kieron Conroy (bass) & Robyn Haycock (drums)