Stand Alone announce new EP ‘Falling, Faster’

Bradford rock trio’s new release lands on 30 November.

Stand Alone have had the best nine months in the band’s history so far in 2018. Their singles Save You and Never Stand Alone have achieved considerable radio airplay, and helped them to attract fans both close to their Yorkshire base and across the country. But the hard hitting three piece are not a band to sit back when the going is good.

Stand Alone have just announced details of their brand new upcoming EP Falling, Faster, which will be available everywhere on 30 November. The EP includes the aforementioned singles Save You and Never Stand Alone, as well as more tracks, the details of which will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

Frontman Gavin Stevenson is very excited about getting Falling, Faster out to all their fans and beyond:

“I can’t wait for us to finally share this EP with everyone. It’s definitely the best material we have ever produced and reflects a big change within the band and an evolution of its sound.

It’s not been an easy ride. This material should have been with people way earlier and we butted heads to the point of killing each other but we got there in the end. We came out the other end with an ep we think is concise and shows us in our true light.

We are certainly better for it and it’s now time to move forward to the next level. See you on the road!”

The video for Stand Alone’s most recent single, their anthem of positivity Never Stand Alone can be seen below, providing a perfect introduction to Stand Alone’s ability to meld big riffs and huge melodies like few others can.

Stand Alone will next take to the stage this Thursday (11 October) in Manchester at O’Sheas. They will also be playing alongside their friends in Tomorrow Is Lost when both bands team up with Dead River Kings to provide a very special opening bill for Deever in Newcastle on Sunday 14 October.

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