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IODINE SKY Release Music Video for Powerful Song “Broken Cross” [Exclusive Premiere]

Manchester rockers Iodine Sky are releasing their debut album Tides on May 27th and ahead of the release Pure Grain Audio are exclusively premiering their new video “Broken Cross”. Check it out here…



Continuing the build up to their eagerly awaited debut album Tides, which arrives on the 27th of May, Manchester hard rock outfit Iodine Sky are delighted to announce the release of new single “Broken Cross” and Pure Grain Audio are excited to be hosting the exclusive worldwide premiere of the video for the single.

For those wanting to know a little bit more, here’s frontman Aaron explaining what Broken Cross is all about: “Broken Cross is the first song that started Tides as a concept and our revival as a band, we hold it very closely to our hearts. It’s about the times when you realise that someone else might love you more than you love yourself and the last thing you want is to see their world change because of it. We think everyone’s been in a similar relationship in their lives this is our way of telling that experience, we hope you enjoy it”

Iodine Sky are hitting the road several times over the next few months for short, sharp bursts of shows which will allow fans across the UK to get their first taste of Tides in the flesh.

Tour Dates:

06/17 – Manchester – The Deaf Institute
06/18 – Liverpool – The Krazyhouse
06/19 – Stockton On Tees – Music Lounge
06/23 – London – The Workshop
07/08 – Glasgow – The Box
07/10 – Manchester – Rebellion Bar
09/02 – Wakefield – Snooty Fox Live Club
09/09 – London – The Cavendish
12/03 – Manchester – Rebellion

For their debut album, Iodine Sky have teamed up with producer Brett Hestla (also known as bassist for Creed and vocalist for Dark New Day).

Tides Track Listing:

01. Broken Cross
02. So Far Away
03. Down Over Me
04. Tides
05. Eyes Wide Open
06. Rewind
07. Horizons
08. Summer Song
09. Who Knows You (Bonus Acoustic Track)

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