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September 2019

Watch the video for Another Sky's latest single, 'Apple Tree'

The stop-motion clip comes ahead of a February UK tour.
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Published: 2:18 pm, January 15, 2019
Watch the video for Another Sky's latest single, 'Apple Tree'

Another Sky have revealed a brand new single.

Titled 'Apple Tree', the up-and-comers' latest offering is backed by a stop-motion video, directed by Dann Parry, which you can check out below.

“Apple Tree is the story of a boy I knew growing up who was bullied for talking to daffodils," vocalist Catrin Vincent explains. "I always admired him.

"The song celebrates feminine men, because I don’t believe being feminine is exclusive to being a woman.

"We spent some time last year on the Isle of Wight at Chale Abbey Studios. The song was written and recorded there.”

Another Sky are set to hit the road next month for a run which includes two Dork Live! shows, in Norwich and Reading.

The tour in full reads:

01 Norwich, Waterfront Studio
02 York, Fulford Arms
03 Edinburgh, Mash House
04 Glasgow, Poetry Club SWG3
07 Dublin, Whelans
10 Sheffield, Cafe Totem
11 Manchester, YES
12 Leicester, Soundhouse
13 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
15 Nottingham, Rock City
19 Oxford, Bullingdon
20 Bristol, Crofters Rights
21 Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
25 Southampton, Heartbreakers
26 Brighton, Komedia Studio Bar
27 Cambridge, The Portland Arms
28 London, Rich Mix

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