News : Mass Sky Raid drops new single ‘Not Alone’.
Brisbane based prog outfit, Mass Sky Raid have today announced their new single ‘Not Alone’ which will be launched into the public on Friday, 28th August, and is a taste of what’s to come in the near future from the Brisbane based ensemble. The new single also brings news of the band’s line-up change which sees two new members join the fold.
Their new track ‘Not Alone’ is an ambient anthem – vocalist Adam Lomas comment
“…consider the concept of facing one’s own fears as you try and find your own deeper purpose and meaning. The song explores the struggle one has when reaching for your dreams and the uncertainty that it creates when you step outside your own place of comfort to create a more meaningful life. It looks at the battle to find strength to take that unfamiliar and uncertain path which can lead to an ultimately more fulfilling existence.“
The new lineup of the band consists of original members Adam Lomas (Vocals) and Alex Kewley (Guitar) – along with new faces Nic Ross (Drums) and Joshua Whitney (Bass). Lomas went on to say that he is extremely excited about the future of the band with the new roster of faces and talents.
“We couldn’t be more excited – to take this time to perfect our music and get it out there has been cathartic – and when we finally hit the live stage again, we can’t wait for everyone to see and hear just how large the sound we have created with this new lineup is!”
Mass Sky Raid’s new single ‘Not Alone’ will see it’s release into the world Friday, August 28th and will be available here.
2019 saw Mass Sky Raid gain significant funding support through the local Gold Coast Regional Art Development Fund program. This enabled them to continue to develop and expand their unique anthemic sound and work toward their highly anticipated follow-up album in collaboration with talented local Gold Coast producer Luke Palmer.
Gold Coast alternative/rock outfit Mass Sky Raid formed in 2011, releasing their debut EP ‘Courage Under Fire’ in mid-2013. That release received strong media reviews – including a 4.5 out of 5-star rating in rock bible Blunt Magazine – and went on to grab support slots with high profile Australian bands including Dead Letter Circus and Twelve Foot Ninja as well as UK exports I Am Giant.