Melbourne Death Pop crew Storm The Sky have announced their Sin Will Find You headline tour - a series of ALL AGES shows that will take in stops all around Australia. The tour will be their first headline run since the release of their sophomore album of the same name, which came out in August and has been turning heads all over the globe ever since.
Sin Will Find You is a deeply emotive collection of songs that holds up a powdery mirror to the millennial culture that greedily seduces all comers. The album received acclaim across the world for its edgy lyrics and creative songwriting approach, with Rolling Stone Australia declaring "Jarratt's lamentations are in turn given wings via almost danceable dreamscapes". Debuting at #30 on the ARIA Charts, the record has continued to impress new fans around the world.
Storm The Sky have had a busy 2016 so far which has seen them journey around Australia supporting US heavyweights Pierce The Veil and The Used, wowing those in the audience with Heavy Mag saying "their live set is something that has to be witnessed first hand", with Killyourstereo agreeing Storm The Sky have transformed into an incredible live experience "the former-metalcore band have spread their wings and flown into the beautiful skies with a pop/post-hardcore/ambient rock fusion". The next stop for the band will be a coveted set on UNIFY 2017 before kicking off their headline tour that will see Storm The Sky play ALL AGES shows in all major cities around the nation.
Their 2015 Permanence headliner saw them sell out every show in advance. Tickets for the Sin Will Find You Australian Tour are on sale now and expected to fly out of box offices in the same fashion.
“Sin Will Find You is a crushingly catchy record of millennial come ups and come downs.” – Rolling Stone Mag (4/5)
“Storm The Sky have pretty much shocked everyone on Sin Will Find You, as the path they set off upon with the timid experimentation of 2015’s Permanence finally finds its destination.” – Blunt Mag (5/5)
“It is this sense of openness that marks Storm The Sky out as a band with something to say, and it’s worth listening.” – Rock Sound (7/10)
“It’s strange and beautiful, and will feature on many ‘Best of 2016’ lists at the end of the year.” – Beat Mag (4/5)
"Showcasing no boundaries, the five-piece have managed to make a stunning record" – Spotlight Report (4.5/5)