Storm The Sky have returned with another new track, ‘Jaded Ghost‘. A cautionary tale about the perils of holding on to a damaged relationship.
‘Jaded Ghost‘ is the second taste of new music in 2016 from the band. Back in January, Storm The Sky quietly teased a new song with ‘S.W.F.Y‘ appearing on their website after they announced the departure of founding member Daniel Breen via a letter they posted their fans in the mail.
Watch the new video for ‘Jaded Ghost‘ below.
Front man William Jarratt explains;
“Jaded Ghost is about something that I’ve been tearing myself apart over for almost two years and it felt incredibly good to finally get it into a song. Just before flying to America to record ‘Permanence’ the person I was with completely destroyed me. I barely made it onto the flight because I went out and tried to forget who I was the night before. Even though I hated what she did, she was everything to me at the time and I put everything I had into that relationship and it was easy to hold onto it.”
“So, naturally when I couldn’t handle being alone with my life and brain all over the place, I let her back in. I did it in the most selfish way possible, for comfort. I never let her forget what she did to me and it was borderline cruel and I couldn’t be more sorry for that. It was the best and worst three years of my life and I’ll never regret any of it because it matured me a lot. The experience has gotten me to the best mental state I think I’ve been in. Though the bad days are worse than they used to be, they’re being doused by the sheer amount of good days I’m lucky enough to enjoy.“
Storm The Sky will be back on the stage on June 18th at Ukrainian Hall, Essendonin Melbourne with Luca Brasi, Trophy Eyes and more. Tickets are available from OzTix [Here].
In August the band will be back at it hitting venues nationwide supporting Pierce The Veil, Beartooth and Silverstein.
PIERCE THE VEIL
With guests SILVERSTEIN, BEARTOOTH and STORM THE SKY
16th – Eatons Hill Hotel, Eatons Hill [Lic/AA]
17th – Big Top, Luna Park, Sydney [Lic/AA]
18th – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide [Lic/AA]
20th – 170 Russell, Melbourne [U18]
21st – 170 Russell, Melbourne [18+]
23rd – Astor Theatre, Perth [Lic/AA]
—> Tickets available now.
—> For more information, visit [Here].