SKIES IN MOTION stream debut album ‘Life Lessons’ & announce UK tour


Metal outfit SKIES IN MOTION are streaming their debut album ‘Life Lessons’ following its release today (1st September 2017).

The record features the band’s singles ‘Cascades’, ‘Happy Families’ and the more recent ‘When Home Feels Distant And Distance Feels Like Home’, which was premiered on Alex Baker’s Kerrang! Fresh Blood show.

Stream the album in full here:

Purchase Life Lessons here: http://skiesinmotionuk.bigcartel.com/

Skies In Motion have also announced a UK tour in support of the album, which follows their appearance at Macmillan Fest plus shows supporting Kingdom Of Giants and In Hearts Wake.

Dates are as follows:

02/09 – Macmillan Fest, Nottingham 
12/10 – Satans Hollow, Manchester (w/ Kingdom Of Giants)
13/10 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (w/ In Hearts Wake)
14/10 – TBC
15/10 – O’Rileys, Hull
16/10 – The Unicorn (Camden), London
17/10 – TBC
18/10 – Brewdog, Leicester 
19/10 – The Victoria, Birmingham 
20/10 – B2 Venue, Norwich 
21/10 – Vintage Rock Bar, Doncaster

It’s not uncommon for bands to wear their heart on their sleeves when writing music, and Skies In Motion are no exception, as they wear theirs with pride throughout the course of their debut album Life Lessons. It’s a release that’s packed with personal and emotional lyrical content, and offers a hand to their fans to show that they’re not alone in this journey called life.

With a brutal and raw tenacity, Skies In Motion combine chugging riffs with glorious breakdowns, taking example from some of the greats including the likes of While She Sleeps and Architects. Their choruses are absolutely staggering, underpinned with furious guitars and a killer groove whilst the energy they create is charged with positivity and hope, a recurring theme throughout the course of the album.

If you’re looking for your next favourite metal and hardcore band, look no further than Skies In Motion – with their upcoming debut album and plans to relentlessly tour the UK and Europe, these guys are sure to become one of the hottest unsigned bands on the scene.